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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.I1\. 1t The !search for a Bradford

(County courthouse site
Get New SchoolsWorried
came full cycle Tuesday:

\\ hen (Commissioner l Zeilru -
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",, Hamilton: moved ut the

citizens o: 4eC'rtMt. board's regular meeting to (

Hampton and Itrooker]; car I I'utilize t the present !site, ..

rest easier since Tuesday' r H plus additional property on ,, ,\ .

School Board meetin .,, e eL'a the east -9

..... when they heard architectDon d 1 Comml ioner J .sle Chi-- a *c ,

....."'-- Morgan given authority ) tt Lain seconded Hamilton'* mvm 1 ,

Lowly brunette Veda. Fish of hen St :Mary, crown") 1980Florlcln to proceed with, "> with/: ilic) remark! that "It's hDlugrurn
.r the best and most logics: !
:North Strawberry Quern lust Friday night by ('ongressntan plans] for a new $200,000 '
ii.:.tie to null! I it.; !but th"
1). It. ( Matthews. ] and
Billy) plant at Hampton, i\\ ini" to .mil the! i-oii'lr-onsb\

$155,000 one at Brooker.It AVM) In i lie enter of: tov..i. r

was u decision that c'tl-' fins stvml'; d bv Cumin!....lour:

New Berry Queen zen groups from both communities ,i-; Jerome Joins George W

alarmed by State! Robert!! Jr. :and Dave L

Board of Education recommendations -1 .hufind.vho voted to '.:\J.e! I

that! their schoolsbe : Hamilton'; motion.

Was Petrified'"I closed, had persistently ? Under Hamilton's pro'Mwlthf I .: shows nlllni. .>f lilted propusiil' for the new Itnulford'. \ ('", anty rourtIKIIIHI -

nought for months. '..! county would p'lt'ch i Lye *. It incorporate. tile prexent. site, lit right plus' .iiilililliiniil. liuslneHs properlv'fast.

School] Superintendent Tom ; j' .. biiilness property: from Ix I extending. .. .

was petrified. !" said the It the second runner-up In the Casey assured the large; d"lepation ,)'l'r' Green I including the building I II ---

new queen of the North Flor Miss Fiesta of 8 Flags contest Tuesday that no one- presently occupied by Curro .1.

ida Strawberry Beauty Pageant "at least locally" wanted t" nr..kerIay..r! IMF. O. IlarrHI pleml. with School. Itourtl, and would week the closlna: of By Minit Market ChainCooperation t

of her. appearance In the Alias Fish succeeded Starke'a do away with their schools\ ] I cue block of Court Street! between City Streets
bucked by a large delegation of Hampton und Rroiikerltl-
talent portion of the content. Tonda Dixon as queen. Miss but suggested more time in I Call and Jefferson!

Veda Fish. 20-year-old Glen] Dixon received the title as which to study the oviaUne \ ll.I'n. Streets. This would] afford a Promised I

St. Mary beauty, had the first runner-up in the 1969:) <2s of the! county school ;Y'l- site about 1.27 acres!, with Need
Repairs
Erocker and JeSloeion'l'! ,
crown tucked safely Into her contest when Patutka's Donna needs of the :county school l s/a-: area. ; frontage of approximately 251 l ;

dark brown tresses Friday Manning: gave it up to marry. (around $8530001,, ] still remaining 6. Major appliance repair KJE.Granted feet on Call Street from Temple -

:night but looked a bit The other seven finalists' unpledged] : from the and maintenance unit. tre FFA chapter Avenue extending east to On 'Objeelioiiable' Items\
7. Two anlts for general office T-E'l'mlssIOI\ hold a banciuf, Money Lacking
dazed, perhaps. Big eyes aglow were Tonda Dixon, 17; Judy recent $1.200000 bond Issue; the< property! line of Bradford.

after stealing the show with McRae, 18; Alma Jane Ak- ,Mayor M. O. Harrell of education.In on May 12. County Telegraph) and the Conferring! at noon Mond.tv' thl'OllJ.h: the U. S mulls

hr charming modest but very ridge, 16; :Mary Gnann, 17; Brooker chief spokesman fer" other action the board: -Approved the adult education Magnolia Hotel The pl'''- with officials of the JarksonI i "We have: not and will no Streets badly In need of repairs -

fetching demeanor, the new Catherine Markert. 18; Susl' the group. Insisted that they -Voted to authorize slimIng program for ano'herjear. ;'Osed site would extend: 1'0"t'! Mlnlt Market chain. of Jack! force 01 attempt lo fore you and a- lack of money too

Strawberry Queen admitted Dixon, 22, and Betty Ann l'ad come for a definite decision form 441B pledging] ; compliance and south from Call Street( tn sonville. Mayor Randal Chltt\ to handle any publicationsthat ': something about !It to 1 Hit
amendmentsto
breathlessly that ahe had never Register, 17. on the future of vvlr with new school desegregation -Authorized Jefferson!! Street. a d'.stnnceot '! \ was assured of "100 per cT.tcooperation" you consider in poor biggest> problem currently !.u-'

been required to display a Judges- for the event were schools. He sail that "l1ome- guidelines. the budget as prepared t by approximately! 215 recto !'n vemovim taste inn; starke's City Council.

talent in any of her prevloua Mrs. Garna Williams thing big" was In the making I -Accepted trustees' recom- i Supt. Casey Hamilton said the O'-eeti '
r.mterlafrom Of -
personnel mendation for reappolntmenl Hearj P. T, Nolln reporton "objectionable" To the best oui "If we don't (!(o something.
contests. director. of the Alachua for Brooker and predictedthat I the I property could be acquired for newsstand: In the cha'ii'.i' knowledge we do not, and will about It soon, we're not going:.
"To sell strawberries, was for four principals not on technicalities blocking :
Board of Public Instruction the present school en- round $5,000.. lie estimatedthe
County three Starke units.Speaklnqr ob of not distilbiita any to have any streets, Councllr.inn -
her succinct but to the point continuing contracts: Richard hoped-for spring opening
Rothwell rollment of 87 "will] double] overall
; Dr. Don cost of the prupoufd with executives:: of ."
of her Jockel]. Russell Be in (the Jimmy M"Rae!: told his
when Head Start
reply one ques- Hampton; projects
University of Florida Collegeof vlthln the next two year lie site nt $150000.] inNd'ru: the chain in his office at.. city:
Jackson explained that the fellow board members: sever u
"What do think dell V R. ,
tions Ferguson
was you Lawtey; county
Agriculture: Mrs \V. Hal] said the people of Brcioiter' : tt.OOO: for necessaiy demolition : hall, the sail! that the
mayor :
hnndler in his
also times import! on one
your major duty will be if you Hand of Leesburg, International would like for their school to work and allowing $GO.000 .- city would not tolerate the! ':r- news company
?" ranked publications In ad- condition of many of thecity'
selected lop
are queen Affairs Chairman of the have: "kindergarten through the value of the present
as
for sale of tibohdnewpappra. ]
Joann Scott, 18 of Camp foiing c'ltlon' to objectionable] Inquestion. streets. He recommended
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I' the eighth grad:!" and paid nt home propertyA .
coi andpaperback
Juveniles ml\lazlnes! ,
Blanding was first runnerupand [Continued on Page Two] enrollment would .show an IM- Preliminary Report On tie vote de..eoppdVhn! which dhow i. He ;.aid that the that 10,323 square yards of vu-
Marsha Bird, 17, of Live books company Is a "virtual/ ] moron surfacing\ be done and had:! obtained
Oak was second runner-up. II I mediate Increase if a niodzrn; CoinmlHSloner Ehufoid moveu or depict scenes of blatant] oly"] in the state and that: although a low bid of 35 ce.it.

Queen Veda received as plant were built. Given Commission By Study GroupA lo table Hamilton's motion, 8exunl1 ty. It operates under. d-r- per sq. yd. for tie Job. which
The botrtl had prevl.msJ"uthorlzl'd : / and was back"d by Robert shorn
The oftll'lnlsPl'e \ a
prizes $100 cash and a $500:) I recent mimes in the different would amount to approxi-
a survey of building Tho tie was bro'cen by Chairman : : mitfiltl
collection of such!
scholarship to Bauder's Fash- urea. it Is In reality the same.company mately $3,700.McRae'.s .
ion College of Jacksonville. As needs In the two commun- preliminary report on the Ituggins/ : requested l theboard's Johns who sld"d with which M lyor:\ Cliltty sail h'tdbeen ( report also Included ; -
ities and Supt. Casey called HohPits: and! Sh,/ifoH.:! purchased from ncw -
first runner-up Miss Scott re- activities of a cltl/ens committee confederation of an Contliuiina\ Jackson! sate recommendation to puve

ceived $50 cash, and Miss! on architect Morgan to givea Investigating juvenile mutters agriculture) center which would In auppiitlivj Shufoid'smillion lands in their Stiuke to.c""The / that a list of the naiads of the Gene Drive In Green Acres, a

Bird $23.Miss report of his findings.! was presented at the house the offices<< of the various Rohuits! said tMtcompnrallvc tTemoralizlnR: purpostfind objectionable magazines nnnrwspnpet.s s project for which the council

Fish is the daughterof ya Morgan said that estimateshad Tuesday meeting of the Boardof agriculture.. related services plans: shn-.nd: re! app-al of ,such filth 1 1obvious" I" : could be sent has budgeted; $3000 for the

Mr. and Mra. H D. Fish been obtained showing: It County Commissioners! in this iirca. He said the drawn up on Pitch of the other the mayor siij the! wlrh the Ltl, past> three yeau The near'y'
would cost around $155000' lo building, would conwlHt of ;proposed" ] 1 sites and that cv(! FlnnkeJ by two ul1'.I'n'' news company
and 1 is
of Glen St. Mary a ju- The 13 member committee that thcoiiip.iny! completed sewer lines now ?"-
remodel and pp'arge! and ,rust of each: ah'ndd\ | be consliliievl nior majoring in the socialsciences ] thee war appointed by Commission bout 1000 square' feet dies! the tbalnone tnnnnper.f I irP tracks (' off the minazlnc Ing Into the subdivision nave
of Hampton school to meet estimated the cost at $.\0.000to / t afore the board makes' Fd Jackson !-\ most of
the University
at Cha.' man Jerome Johns to Investigate In this arra. But' he delayed! the job howeTh /':!',
Florida. She plans to teach. requirements and aboutS70.00O the CHUMPS and $50,000 1 finAl "'-clslol1 lie said that I he I icspniiolbility. : for inrli.'
pos. said this would prove In ffclive council voted to award
for similar ,'eject. test( bOl'lns.: ordered" / on th,'C.3othl'r
lit the talent portion of the a pi : said the oiillding ;: materials on thj llstilbulin
sible means of of Hugglns
prevention the various pub-
t bee HI I ; the contract for pavln the
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contest, which counted more I at Brooker. climes would Include, besides the various sites! were neailnn c :m- company In Jacksonvll'pwhich
Involving juveniles .
of
ll) heis change the! nam"t street to the L.xka City PavIng -
than the appearance in formal] A complete new school [exclusive In agricultural!/ ] offices, a pletlon ana that results would( he snld:! stocks &J'pcham'lI
presenting the report, the rmut journals leRiibil/; Company for 3102. withyorx
] of site] at be made known to Ibo
Hampton
attire or bathing suits, Queen fully equipped( ] home economics roan I magazine\ racki
committee chairman Jim Temple ovoid the' pm'poses of uch s to begin :May 1 oil Hunan'moiu
Veda told the story of UncleRemus's consisting: of seven classrooms ]kitchen and audlLoihiin board.
department Ms claim
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told the board that the I To sti'i\ tnnti.itn list Jackson told,I Mayor Chlt- vote to a moths ovSeeber
Brer Rabbit and challenged ] eafetorlum. library and administrative to Roberts said the cost( ofJlaml1lon'
facilities accommodate .
)letter
And Queen} font
Conner Jackson t'loduccrl: < a
investigation had coveted the ty that to be .p-ffectlve !such! ulist Goodman The itsur-
] the audience to find I offices, would I ; some /DO people.At proposed; site ad-
distributor'
from the
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following areas: would hnve to be! constantly !- lacing Jo.j will have to wait\
I cost estimated S2UO.OCO. would be around $118.iiH( ( An
the moral in the tale. an
Berry Queen -The number of youths involved an earlier commission messed 1 ti<> "all dealers"] which i"vised He Add!':! that the council decided after City
Morgan said. flK'iilnn In the cot (or
She is already the holder of had s.ild acre!
I in criminal or delinquent meeting Hugglns said in part: : some magazines with i'lr.ocM-tour Clerk Merrill Edwards reported -
Miss The additional ]land the coat ot
of beauty titles estimate on a new ,
a pair ideal] location for the
Fruit offenses and the that tin jur position In leot'id: contain some of funds.
Presents extentof ncm-s : the shortage of Only:
and until school at consisting exlstln-t buildings PP
Baker County, a Brooker 1 centej would be between razing : / : .
Junior their Involvment.The proposed I 'o the distribution of mn-(a- the, rawest material 1,500 remains in the current. .
week ago Miss Lake City of five classrooms] cat?toium *- the Slate Farmer's thvalue: of the land::! on
In type of shelter available ;mines books anj newsnipcis.as Speaking precisely und maintenance futija t. Cleric: KJ-!:
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College. Capitol library, and offices was M.ukot: and the County Fur; vlilrh thi-- person courtnuusetandt
to house youths, incluj- J : been and will contliiue< 'op v ithout eqiilvocutl >n. Mayor: wards stated.
Miss Bird performed theTeaberry $195.000 Morgan said. with frontage, on U. !. He ac'dp: l that the new .
log a I study of the possibilityof I Kiounds> >/ *'e will] not sent l can i 'Cliiltv made It known that Edwards tolj the "coun< <;ll
included I
allow!
Shuffle and Veda Fish. newt The board agreed that since S. :201 tropos'd site would/ n: '
MRs! providing a facility other newspapers! mnu.i/'lne-: the to make It the "catch-all" tontlii-
any t sty buy power that
a short skit based on punch F'orWs f the cost between remo elln/] room for future expansion) I'
1968 North; board that
lines from current TV ads crowned herfirst and a complete new plant was than the county Jail. I Harley told the Hamilton! maintained thai books that cannot legally] r nc i vponsivi-\ for any news! or i.ency fund will not pay t'Tull ,.
Strawberry: Queen' toad"! --The of adequate the local Farm/ / Bureau members U S mall
She Is currently Miss. Suwan- availability ,ite 1alreidv lent through the "''I1, alhw; vendor who coniin-' the unoudaetcj: extras that
official bow as amnassa- so small it would be poor behind the the pii-' i"nt
: I recreational facilities I were sulidJy It It a criminal cfnse \tea: toeddlt( :! objectionable keep cropping up.
:
and
nee County was a runner- for Bradford\ economy to settle for any- drained! and thit: luzlr. the
up in the Miss Florida Crown dor-at-large strawberries at the thing ]less than new buildings for youths In the county. j] }>Iun. ttdldlnus 1/ would cost no mUI't'f'ontlnll" .' to send any thin" <''ibernlve. 'd, ''' ntloius! within the city Utilities Supt; Oscar DavK:

Pageant. County If A. Lawson'a motion to -- A counseling program| Acting upon Huggln's request obscene1! or sala. our, limits! said that streets In Sarptonn
State Capitol] Tuesday with counselors to work with I the board appointed : on Page Two) Tin .HK'hout the course o' Heights and poitlons of Cal!.
Miss Scott twirled the baton from' authorize plans for the: two
A 20-year-old beauty youths on the school level as l I Commissioners/ Dave !Shuford: the dl-cu', excellently her talent. She schools ]
as new unanimously
was
Glen St Mary. Queen Veil well as with those in more und Zedra Hamilton to work .. asipement'
I hi ald.s' expressed Streets need res.irfu:=ing.
was second runner-up In the Tallahassee! officialdom !- endorsed: by the four members I .
charmed serious trouble and those released 'with the county: agent and
,. objective' Drive
1965: Strawberry Pageant and i I ih the Mayor's/ Prices for the Gene
she visited various present. '
from reform. school. ,representatives of the StateFarmer's
committee
In 'lnJf the the l'esllrr.ll'Ing
I pled<< paving Job and -
Harrell for Information
state agencies to let th..n.know preyed Temple said<.l that School] : Market and the 100 per unt cooperation" "n were obtained from tu
of Bradford County and concerning a startingdate :! perintendent Tom Fair. Association
su-I: on
Casey County he part of the chain mu: krta firms by Councilman :McRae:
Good officials. tnelU'liP' on the two projects. '11'v'u available federal units, selection of exact site
Friday to present to tile an mplovce-f. Jackson told :\I4vrr with the Lake City Pavln-
told It would be ImJO"H:
'everal cabinet officers with : and use some counselors dialog for the proposed new center
Service Chitn fiat: the maikef.i twrI Company being low on both
tIe to at this time.
succulent] fresh strawberries.Amon say the school
Vocational Report summer pro- In discussing the proposal N4N'tt + 'I 'would< be asked! to poiic. Councilman Orle Witftlna, :

8 ? the many official:! gram. Hugglna told the board that the magazine' rai" !ks In aid the current bL'd' 'I'r will
Friday, April met by the new Quern wereRoger Casey told the board tnat In addition, Temple told the
40 other counties In the 14't' -
some ,
aaase.yrMa'1 check each l .
1' "cell ru'es: and to have to be studied to locate<
the State
7:30 P.M. Stake executive director Department had ao- board that the problem ofteenut'e
state now had the type of separate cli'llverv as. closely: as possible; budgeted funds that .te>: not
proved either the Conway Airport
of the Fl'irlda De"elm- drinking wan being he .
futilities
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was
sug 'W 11 workrlth In if the ilre-ts are
< :you being used :
First Presbyterian rr.pnt Commlss'on'! : Rli-haH, or the Aiidrews-Tnnnis! Investigated by the committeeand gesting. He quoted commitsion )- "
-v'n' way we can J.UKSOII: to be repaired this sell
Church Brock director of the Industrial !!- property as a site for the proposed that many youths either architect Frank George 'roil'

] Division of FDC; art :! $325.000 area vocation buy alcoholic] beverages them- that better facilities f # aid.The On another suqxesiUm!
as saying conference also attended council 1 :nlou'-
d was : :McRae the unan
FRANK WOLFRED Jr. Louie L Wainwright, directorof el-technical training: center. selves or find some adult to ?
could result! If they were sep '
r bv several 1 inemb.u ofu voted to close the 111'
Florida's Dlvt"ion of C":>r- He said that a state survey purchase it for them. He poin- arate from ,the new court- ly
SpeakerThe city-appointed citizens for six months beginning -
rectlons She also met with team had also recommendedareas ted out that the county spends garage
'. house. croup that his been active. In May 1. Reuulr! work on
of the cabinet members of instruction to be Incorporated only some $2.600 annually for
Public Is tach
t Cordially Chairman Johns pointed out the past in effo'-ts' to hate I ob- city vehicles will be farrred!
at their respective offices? before In the first phase the prevention and control of
t Invited To Attend I that until the board determines lectlonable publications removed out to private arms on a bid<<
appearing at the cabinet as follows: delinquency and out of this
the site of the new court- :! from ]local newsstands basis."I .
1. A large automotive
meeting. mechanics sum was paid the salaries of
house and the cost of the [Gene
just spent money
Commissioner of A rlcult"re : area. both the juvenile' judge and
Involved, "We can't Judd Shows
II property i
PaintingsAt Drive project] but now I'm
the .
Doyle Conner presented Miss 2. Agricultural equ'pmonfand juvenile court counselor.He HISTORICAL SOCIETY
authorize to start "
you planning
I ,
going to save some. hero
This Space Contributed Fish and the Bradford delegation machinery maintenance! added that the committee on a new building. TO 'lEI.'!' PHIL 1? !
Cedar Art Festival McRae said. Records ofspending
and repair. was also studying of Key I
Weekly to Publicize to the Cabinet. ways
I H. U Morgan, Jr. and W. AFordyce I
H! which McRae termed -
Accompanying! Queen Veda 3. A complete] restauantfor : developing a positive programof The Bi-adTori, County !

Community Event by en the trip were her mot.,..... training waitresses! cooks prevention. of, on the behalf Bradford of the residents Mlllard: JiHld !Starke pointer In ells, Is shown with fart of torical.] Socle'v: will meet at 4 Incomplete] show the cityIs

service etc. Also appearing before the County p. m. Tuesday:!, : April 14. in the spending $23,000 per year
The CommunityState Mrs. Thelma Fish; Bufcrc personnel section of Lake Geneva, requested hU large" exhibit at the Cedar Key Art Festival .lutt. weekincl.A .
la.p.r- to maintain the garasa. Including -
commission courthoui! A.l; persons
Mitchell president, and Peter 4. One area for "distributive" were County Agent i Sturke artist, :Mllllf Judd' Slnimnn
the board for help in No exhibiting no another -
Bank of tie education, Including selling !- O. T. Huggins and County ested in oecotrUng inemwrs of the salary of the two
Novak manager. I alleviating a serious drainage .. Starke exhibitor reported brisk sales. at the Fentlvul -
tarke Bradford County etc. Farm Bureau President Lon-I I Both I the society are inUted to attend (Continued on Page 31ir

I I viewed by more than S.OOO art lovers. .
Chamber of Coramercs.: 5. Electroivlca technology nie Harley (Continue: On Page Two] whlrb was

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'tloll. nndthe '
MIs. Phillip Cionkhltf "i'": i i1aii"hter the I..pHolln\\ HCI I
Juvenile Report I 1)) II':, Stoic
of n 700 foot '
Gale. and Incki II I digging The Little Women s OI'iu!' {I

Hints attended) the .?,lnn Given Board ditch on the Raymond CIOH- will wpon 01' n bake sale! dPl- .\ ('lastlfied .VI 'r the'I. .. U;.I
.oiueit of the Loil.s s' cilitniis by Road al !9)
.. ii 0, stuitltm .
In other action the board: .lil: \ A1 (;.KAI'll: ( lirinjjst "ull'
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In St. AumisUne\ S' n
I I Ipi.ihieni Denied l a ,request from I
lay nluhMl ,. OontinuPd' I Fiom Page One
GLADYS Santa Fe resident' Jim Gill.
1UOOTY -
\ flllfl 1 Milt !3. G. Din' ''I"r i ii ," '
,, In the. avert: that the county fill a hole
Phone 961-0651 i I.lld sun Ktjve. and Mis S.. i I..
The spolicunicn) told the dug 15 yearn ago on a lot
Nod attended tin u
icy boa id\ thill a drainage{ ditchi which he later acquired.

Sintpaud! ) Hone sliu'x'\ In O.ilnesvlll' 01 i i I iln' uith .Hide I nf the lakein Approved the' d"I"y' EASTER SPECIAL
Mr Johnny ) if) | 31 and Mrs Roger P. OalxInuei uid.iv nUlitMIM .
I cin\" County draining into bond! Fd! J. Stay
:Jo'iu' sheriff of -
Jacksonville: : and Mrs > ant 1 dau titers of Baton W. II Thomson Ji ..raxiD- -
I'i !I" Iii ul nei'tli'il ti li S
Helli'iiJei of Denver. Poli: '>. 1 Roiw. Ln. are tipriul'n'i: and dnii+htei. Evelyn of Mon: Approved ii bond! Im
were visitltiit tlu'li sister< MisVoH Thursday to Sunday with 'ieI ticelH! are. vlsltI'1 *. :Mrs'. t t *. in ,,the area/ should. ben E Sparks/ Ra" member ot 1'\1'
Y County H""plt.11BOIII'd.
Jt'\ Sliilmu on Wi'1.ii--; I IllIrl'III i I.-.. ,Mi. and :Mis' W &: '> Mump!. alt: :Ml-M, Lillian luiniIi i .il snow ulvlit\ in. hen Bradford.

day'Ah St-we1I. 'om W'dncsdiv' to Sn KMis !:> Chairman Johns. told the. $1.00
: '.- T 11. lade Ji. dud'lour '' Mis W. B Mnndv; was In I John \V. vlillfln\! 01! t). i ia I. '", men' that the bnnitl i ia I Appiox'ed n request fitm
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01 Jacksonville; \ s pen'' Juik4omllle on Wcdnevlnv tonltcnj ? A L. Crosby to attend" a county -
: kichiu'e. O.i Is spendli l mvci'k i' 'mill ,request riHslHlanie from I
l I
SatmriiaftHiioon; / /! ntltnJ1114 !- the board inectln. :t the .... nvivlie officers! school !in
with
Stamp nMi ( f "'iv Collins Commission and ((111.ACKS(; )
Hit Tn hand xltlthia: le- tin I Women ;M'' '..lonniv U:0'I'I' '. and' !I\It 1'8. Barney ',I.< ''nld,'< erk,, 1 with them and. Miami.

tHv"I '", hi. \it*, fur of i 1111'. Floikhi BitlUtConvention ;:aril Hi rrI .
line: lint : r Kui-sts: : : I "nh tin) SI'; n to Riiinl" Dpptitnenl

.'Mi mil Mrs. Iieoa Shlineii eikencl; Mr end Mrs. A ilI'niliv in niiierting' the .Hltua- 'One And Only'Political

'>i SI Auiusline weic vls"iiihii !!! lliillm.uk I.:.,..tee CuriNwlitn I 1 Ji. of :\lpiiltt t"1; ,' Historical Society Has Interesting "n Rally PERSONALITY and GLAMOUR

puieiits Mr. and Mrs. you cure rnnimh to send Mi and :Mis Ol"nn!! Conner' olI CiimmlHMioncr Hamilton was

ro' ,tei Sal: Smith over the tilt' very livKt- t Bullin,(on'R.I I, Oilimdo end Pi and M Exhibit At Bradford Fair ,appointed to ippiewent the Set For April 29L.

weekend. Richard Hobl and EillFavim' BarneyItRne: of Lake' Cu i mud' at a meeting of the PORTRAITS

MiMabel!\ : / Hess or I.n"l' | ji the University ot and families (Cliiv County ConinilsHion ;\Tonlay H. Futch chairman of

CJtv: l is. u patient In the Stare 1'!loildu.jrnt.; t the xv '''..elr', :Mr. aneloIL': ;;. John lV.1'\ i iI ,VIIKIIIK' tin 'IHIIII> Iiilrri-Hlliiic. ciliKMHli.nal. "cvhiblls' lit listmi'U ,I,, April 11, In CSiopn: Cove the Uiaaijid Couniv' L'morratlc ) '
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tMrsliiB Home. with Mr and Mrs! J. C. tlobh 'I IlIr Dnvton Ohio were \\'rind: "'airI". tlitn, Mi-imof, a ploiwi-r' ionic |.iris.-pled l lit' tht Kpiinj8 Resident. from them I Hxepiitl: ( \ Comm' 'i'<

: of ani Donald '(ml,, :Smli-t ::111' :Marta,, :McMnrti, around Luke Geneva affoitPd I that the county'sonp .
All, nnrl \ ls Dewey Wessel. i guests! MI' ; Mi's llniitfonl,,'!! ( <>imtIllstin '' < a announces
: ; I MHiM BetsyIat: thrws mid! SAT. APRIL 8 9
1 .
iilt.-ris by the rising!; water ,I I and on iv politic' I' FRI., ,
olWllllslon v.111 a petition to tne to the May. 3 primary
Rlchaid I : all11's I : II E Sml'li present prior I
:Mn Ray of AU.-\no.1. I Bi eniu: Ai,, .1 'mOulne". Hie'On .
vlsltrd Ml. am:! l\11".1 Clay County !bi>.nd al that will be held Saturday niirhtAI \: .
On and their childjeii .
arc me i 1.'l'lIdft. a t 'n-iav: '
.t'liidlnthe, weekend wl'h! sprit vicntloii: with! Bptsv- Milk: .J."k'on, over the te'-'! I \n! IIlluui Phillip of Laki"' I n.v. 1111,1II'M., ; J.. R. Brabham. time. )>\'. :?m. at the BUS titoa'l: 10 A.M.-5 P.M.Newbern's

their patents, \Vli! and Mrs J. |>fl" i'ntMl: and Mis: r,; L rnd TliPvA( IP In KevH'o.i"IlelulitH City 1111:1:I ;Mis. T, J. Tlv>:.rw' I have hAil as. visitor her par- The board acpeptnl n 10 lot stadium Startln'': time 7p in I .

S Sap and family Matthews Sun:lay aftamooilsitlii' "Id i i: 1"tUlIIV: Vfnsun of V,+l- I 11"11"1: and :Mis, fl I I.. Pilder pint of the Plnebiceze subdivision The Democratic" C'omniltict:

'I \ \ Mi' nnd Mis\ James tln'ta.; were Wedni'sd"l !' I of Mitanopv) last Wwlnes-. located off the Descent, met last week and decided to
Mnllh ,. Goad which is. being flpveloj- : rally III tii"
\l 'ltoiH of Mis: Bertha" PeaicMi div rndlisv] hint :Mills of have only one
Studio
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TRY Lo I'II I admit.inies) l to Grad-I: ; '. and! :Mis. Olen apur I II Paliitka' on FI'hhiy. .pd l bv; LonK<'h.imp Muil.lciiThe the I. I county before the fli ..t pnmaiv i iI -.
to
[fi'-d' County Hospital th: with :MisI. Mr nnd11's.: llpmOotlwir. plat was presented All stnte and I nn' \
v,tek Ini lutle( :Ml s. Final, I.I),eat'lla the llMiidon.vceVinl]:' In :MontltelloM ,i,, and ilanghlei! / Ilirbaii:\ uen, boa id hv Staike. +attoi, 'no*.' I candidate heti Hiiee' ..- l 111 i l N. Walnut Street'
TASTEE- .
Jmltli nnd I Th.i'ins Tvu >,>'f ;M '. and Mis. ,Vihui I at Cocoa Bi-iirh on Sund I .iv George Plei e. ti:lives. 'A'ill i I... allot ''t'd ;.rr"'
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CHICKEN I Ktvsliiiio 11 *1'.11111II'K.' <: ; !Milill Tallahassee I visiting Jti. and! :Mm. .John In signing' the pint\ tliali- '/n the po'1Rm!i
f'i'ant In -
CRISPBoxed Johns noted, that I theount
'', ,J 1111uf) HIIIIPton't, : \' O Hitch Livingston. man
1)1. and M-s\ T. .
', .
I ... Hunt nntl > needs HOIIIP typelr/
Fll/ibi! !! CI'.I."rOI'rot\ ti s'- ani O.nllpi"t :Iolt. Ifpniietti
'f.: Mrs\ ahli' <,y Chi'is'''ui i." i 1'11-1, SOMS the.wppkinJ Dick at Hil'sv/! and :MIH\ C. l>. Willi inm visited retfnlitlon' to /11"111'1'| HIP "ii,/hl:'
t
PltiSSl; 'KK: KIMKI: : ttiddlrbn'jh'' : < Ruth Ha't'v! I heir .sister. :III.... lienr of way necessary for pavlnA'the
In i'amiii
i .ii:'h! Stil' Part! and loads. In new xiib.i livlsloiM,
Ml Uii'iiiu' Bu"on of I ike Johns In fiictn, Cove Springs' (

Chicken TH.MIR: ) :: 1,1111"1'11"' i : : Chine: nobtit" o': on :'IlInll\, Johns. pointed. out :'hat the pet
:Mi. IInrt11': 1. Tom J.itkson pie who will live In these now.
Served With french Uilfoid:. I: Airs Ethel Il.iv s ufI..II'MI' Pill"I :Ml tint. MIM. Kenneth CJrl
DKI.IClOt: ( :; nd sun. tJI'C'IIt.rt' : hoi iiiliiiiviHlurx. sooner" 01 liu, ,
Fries Cole Slavs. Hot \ ( i : :\'ls A:'die! Gilt o1 c( :s Mi f'nj11': .1. E. Val.in ,lie! )' std diiiixatei" went toh'on'e will want their roads pnvud
:VHN! '. llli,': Hiid :Mis. told ; ( Park Sunday other
Rolls I t ,Alachua on S'liHnv' It would be better' he a lid. foi
'\1'I. I1'V.' Arthur Dale. r>T.p noon lo visitL; "nd, Mm[I It I
Jimmy! D. \'is and Ci.nics! the ,toiintv' to obtain (Ihr rtghl:!"
W 011"1111'' unit .sunMIH
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1'11111k.11"; PP'''-\ S'.nlVinile )
SLIP Bucket Chicken WiUlit! of BMclcslicai Oa of w"y at the beginning intend
', Uldrthtll.I.: J. Tttom- ,( I Fleetwood! ,
were Fri'ny in'ami:! "lit Kii"Wii I II < of having; to go I I."n .
anil. :Mm <* IIOW''I
C'POIHC
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s \11': Lassie Caitei AloiUnSncie. \ :
!> ITS. t'llICKKN J i ,I :Mi'. n.llIi' t. J.V. Hitch list later and pinchiHo., It. I
.Ii''I t- .' ,T'IdlK"nvllle1'' '
< Hiltt! Oiei( n. : i .
Box Shrimp ''z IM.' Cole Slaw Hot 1 i/1't Santa Fe LI'CP: '\': Th-v WPIno1 I' | slay luncheon. quests. of \ Johns also signed at tit I
-otf I). L RI'band DinlI
; on R.iMidav:! bv !'tind I'. name time the :JI% lot plat of;
Serted with French Roll,;. Ft'I.d.:1; :l In 1 1Hungry I n..lchI'J'! i nil of StnikIlillmiik ,'. I.. _\. Ilivls.Mi : I
Jfilun net II'M'I ,
:o.rl'Toml1lY the Sampson Lake anhdlvisi.r
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Fries role Sl.ivHut : People. Easter I: t.irilsMlirii ', and "11''' M..Nt He
nf :c'll'n'IY. The met developed by Hogan Smith Jail Twe
on
lo of 1'nl1.: Ci! .spent, t the .
drt''na11KII
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Rolls :von h"I-lIt I 1'1I111111I"u's11' sear spent EIIHIII'; :! ''v til"'lit. mil I I end, with11'11.; RpHlI'M" paiintH.Mi which' till plcvlously' ben ,''Ipioved I .1 I Many
$2 25 the MTV 'uiHnv thin In the 'e3! 111.1! | by the but itt.
'. iiinlMis. '. .1.I I.. OentivMiss
; :U I o1: :
\ and E. Spy
; :Mi R. ( a
Smith o1: CommiaMioiicr Cieoi' Hob
$1.25Tub Mis Vlnd.IIA 1 |I : lean. :Mundv of TiillahiiHsie ,, p I Ieits Exciting
fatmbr1to"f N. C are \"''ttln
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( .: the reported on online
.iiksonvil't' Is "ppiidln-i the Easter: i tiuin
will spend )
Mi ali'l >irs! Cnil Sell 'Ttpi MisI / ty fond, maintenance. whuli, I Style A ;.
I 'Pkrnlh| !\ her aunt .I ueekpndlth. her mother, :
Chicken Barrel Chicken; ,. tliiysMi I li, c Wilson! I MIH" W. Btund. \'. Included building. tltrcrd'alrthsof I!

15-rCS.: t'HICKHN "- neithn Ppnif.' v'HcPI '! I' :Mi'. and :Mr'' Mi-iiltt: ( Wil- :Mi andI" II'H, Keith:" Cidlin .1' u mile of fill tin tinI I It

21-ITS.i :; CIIICKK.N ( dall. htl'l'1"; :Mil;; I :IPin li'tns WHIP vlstlneIr.'! : : >ndMis hint and daughter. of Intkson- Kellv Kind : digging>,; ; 'in HOI')
I Pint llle.Slaw 1I0<
; I't. rule Slaw. lint Jiuk-nmllle( ln-t week I / I 11 I' "i Taylor, in Jirk-\ vine x'111 hp weekend. visitolH loot ditch, in tin 1'Ii'.I- "a',

Rolls Feeds ,) to 7, Rolls Ml;\ R.l,11": "-- W. 1-1. I.o-I; ..ro..'1'r 1 .. P tin- wpekeivl! of her parents, :>li'. and Mis Glove section; cutting a ditch

hungry People i LIU. and ;Mi. and :Mis W r I A, ,-'u': I 111'8: James Mnnr OilY Wale three fourth i of a milt long in i I ,
IIIVPI' if K.tone" 11oi':hts
r ri.i"i'v! :' cmilo\fd at Ml and\ :Mm, IK'ihelt preen ,
$5.25 t tleiidid" n r.imilv' lennlci.' tithe
$3.75 1).101'. Hospital ni\'" now "".1 fimily +nnil 11".1.I II. Thompson Sheet tkw'
:' homi of nilMis" 1 -
Ml
llli the Staike N\II''ln'\ l Ilnmptaff Kli'Ids uillM;\ \. t1411 Mm. Ibo: '.nldFord
W Oliver Ji, it FeimindlMa Metal WorksMr )
.
>, in Cored nvti Hit. VitiUout : rh
French Fries 25c 50c 75c1.00 Uputh un Sts::ct.if.: t TCIIN' HIIIM of SiiiitheinStmlnnv .1.I <'..."|"|11..11 'rinie-l'ps r

., Aft. IIII'I I :Mis. fail Juli! ii; ii'- I ; Innioi Collove ;\tis, :Sin' Mlles' gill rindIr: Order Your

ii,' lied Wedncsdnv; from New I BII'n""l Vls1! ,, Vn l IA hnnip for and Mrs" Billy Mlles l in Mari :Mriiwlu-rrj' I'jins. :\O\\ !
CALLoi K oiiiK( : IN:' iri \.\. HI: KIADUflKN )\ Phone !}' ,
) 1021
>1'111". !Ln:t wli' i Mis' ,Jjhn n \\optCM( spring holidnvMm i i cl.'"II." nn Sitniljiv, / 01 !mi-SH41 r y .
; YOl'' ,\lml\'I'-1'1I0! : 1: JMillUlITASTEE ; l "ns: lii tie! O-tlvioi CIl11I': for, : r Rldl'lI'd111111111.' and I nilHuh.! idUiidttl tin 'iiiiinl Road HI Mast: Ptirke. ,Flu i t ilt J ,

u''o weeks foi' obsx-ivatlon ..uidcatment : ': .'hi llren. or =Vow Pnit Klihpy ,, meeting of tilt !I'ioridi'' i AMSUpiiition ".

t'' I fete visitingh!: '. and Mrs, ot! SanitiilmH: / Diytoilii i s

FREEZ DRIVE-INN Allin, ind Man Khan of I Roheit! HnUsdile,' on Sitnr.I I'.eath/ IM 1'110.,1.11'I iMlnsts TilE BRADFORD y

h.1: I '1 11'1W.' < oisitin 'v' ';11\' : K illllet'/n milliu. COUNTY TELEnRAPIIPiiblishpcl I

At irosy From holiday< Inn .1 i, hn Toiwle fainiH; o\ei the: Mi' not :Mis .I.J.V.. l'tiiol; ,'glutei t! | Simian. ., "I| \\/III'hlj'OIl./ I _..'ilt1t -'-_

rekend Mliiinl", andh. 's, Alvpini Vn in'I' \mlinn their'' )gtund-i ; I every; Thursday Make Carp's Your

Vflil of Knoxvlllp. Tinn at inV: Cil1' rtt.Stirl.e ; ..
were mother. .Mis 0). /L MayneSi I
"'opki-ml. I Bursts: of \Ii'. and this \\iel: Fla. 220P1K Headquarters For

Mi J I' flay AnitieWHMis :Ml. md MM. I''., I.. Mat( ;. L. :Matthews!\ e'litoad!

; 1 Fluipiipp, TIioniiM of U"'w"II'; +. VV K:. MiddU'lunin '
!! -
puo'i Br Lovely
"IM< I\IP,|| was 'IKillnII'/: ''s. : I Misst.ldge: ): ;Midtllituniittpiitlvd Easter BlousesBeautiful

r":v., Ua 1<11,111'CI' I tlio wpi-k- tin Art IV.HlKal al Second 1 clans postage:; paidat

I5MOREZ1. il ('i* 1'nt. I Ki.\ u.1 I 1'11111(1.IIIIlU' .i\.,. SUrke FlaSubsrilption .
ins Ann ll.iKUl. : of Monte. \ .
/ AI lltilliilnv/ Is honu/
\,1., I i. ('..I... IH homo far u tenarritlnn. tins.. trick luini" V\llli.ini( (CansCo'ltf /i Rites I. Irel and and hussy style In easy care

i '' ): '. It111t''shtl'g.I. ; ,.s. In trail,, limit" *H: it O per sleeves cottons Dacroni and cotton. For299

I.mihi\, fiosipi ftptnl tin \\ptk- i' Mi I I'. ami ;Mix. 1.I fl I llivmvisiti < year: $2 00 six months 38 ; while pastels and fancies. Sixes 3

,"'d \II'lthIr.; and Mm\ C. H 'd .Mi I, :ant ;\1".10"" O Hiinn Outside unite area, : $400 : 40 to 44.

1111 Imlll' in .I'u-ksonvllle. Theyill .a.I. | uniK in .Savunnih per year. $2.2"i! six months. 1

ui'nt, to Tamp+ on SunilivMM i I.., over i i Hit 1\ cl.ko'I1l'11' '

THE END OF ; K:. II .Andits. of L.I
11111.! .i iva.s visiting ;Mi,.. aid Mon of/ 1'lIl1ah.I"" spentlan I New Handbag Fashions

"I) i. :v |n.j Riisipi on Sunday iiIVIn'I'i'nesJn. / |,., uith Mi ,indVI ,

:Mist lam \dims' of MillinsRP II i M. II.A. LHUMOII '

('.th|| ]Hrlslol Vn IH. home' ;Mis. .lames llunlin ant sun 299TO. 99
4
?,n \\'I't.lt'| Mpilrijfjutitlon,, ol Sivannih' 0.1.! i will spt' 'ndtin 1 1I NEW'ECONO

i Alvarez Storev. Mr .1. \\'. Kllllan of Way ,, I \\0'1'kl'lI'Ith her pmoiils.VIi .

n'.-<.vill>. N. C. Is Htujliijj ntIi and ;Mis. \V. K; \'llImlll'l'"II" luscious leathers, perfect patents and airy

'I,.. 1l.lilnotiii l Hiitfl Ullllcv i Chat 1'1 IPS Hardy' :MisLliulei straws! All the new styles and shapes lo

UinK' friends, hpiePvt :\ Finnt-lH, and ual by.> and e choose yours nowl

i Johnny Johnson or 'UI.tI. \ t tI. ('1111<'"* lllltlV MSIlllI. Mis 0!,,

I I.,. 11'''". S c. his. IHIMI I traiiKit'll I K :MiCiulo, : i, : in I'.ilntk i on CHAMPION cEaster
,:*"> tn, "niPitionliH. St'hool'il '1 i'nesthly, I it

\ H. Graham Owner\ Says: Thanks! Knit Col'(Inn. (iiMl Ml-in Mm da: Mayors and I .

:hill. MIM; Chnl'I"M1"; \liobhxVildi nf Will!.tin Cmi'V '.

'II,,',"i'g i ,anil,,I fnniil\ nf \Va\tioss". i'ulU.i*. HattieHhuiy,\:. Vauint .. ., Millinery

i (ia spent the weekend with l."II, i i\' tu spent then FOUNT "4
72 Of Continuous BusinessWe
After Years
Mi IndI. re.. .MatkVllliinns spring/ t.u.'tluit., with Dl ....1.1 299 99

H \\'. ilo\et of Jacksonville, Mix. O I I I. H.isnes, Ji OKLY A
Will Pull Down The Shades, Cut Out w\. is visiting/ his xonlnlaumil I5

iiighter, Mi unit i
The Lights and Lock The Doors. \\'. Sttirklnndor thf) Present Site .
stun 70u'll find i c
vokenil COSTS IKS* TO Soft 9
Of Courthouse s/eo> ImUoa lnMllly .
+
Laura, and Craig Drown .if COST IIM TO use I la aw .eh

:ti.n 1 i IfMinth...... ..n lit' spent' the .iiiittk ... .1. Proposed Perfected (.MM,fill KtloA, new callectlaa.
.... with their /iriinitniothc, provtn dipwHltW) fey mit-.

A'pril23 is the End Mr M I. !V. Hi,'own, IContlniii-d I from Paxe One I ton 01 users

: ;Mi, andils, Oil," I ICthMiitif Ctiofc of 4 collie NEW HOSIERY MIRACLE!

"' .krtonvllU'eic, visiting than rtlhiu\ and\ dialnln the Fimmti RMMW. paints '

:Mi, .in.I, :MIM David Iliowningn piopospd) Ciosov ,Ite ifs -u.: I In. medium, or brad ) \ : *
\f 'GANTRECE'Dirponl's
Saturday. that any fufliii e expanlnncould e UncomlltfoMlly iiwnntMil

Come and Get What Is LeftVe! Will Give a Bow Mi and \Lw..1. T Lnwsnn. be upw\ 'aldu and -ijk J i *..ir..H.4 Iftlntl' ..<..(....
\
were in Lakeland Sandiy vieII I that IO--1 estlmites be /nitat.i-:: .*.''vIoII"". wofhniMiMp' .. f. t l

Tie Away FREE 25 Each Day To The First 25 "IUIK' their untie. .'blot K;: ed on i l'a.u1Of: th. buildings ..'.*..I U.: I w< IM nptmnitiil Mndllnt' 1 MmM to -1 *t ; lon fiber that revolutionary puts a clinging new ny: lit

0\\ "I1K. In the honpit: I In movlnj to table riam1 : .>_ f. !.. i I. aJI ,, e-'L.' Into an ultra sheer

Customers. No Matter What Your Purchase Is Mi andh: .+. I It. \V. ;Mi-1 1 I 111 ton"s motion Shuford Mal!<: .,. (t.'' 110'". Smooth exacting seamless lit for $1

:M.,till"no of Da\tona IJ'a'h., the PIIHC.S of .Ito sele! "ti.>n lr.r.
I Iwe very shape leg.
y4 lovely
UNION SUITS, LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS AND Mi, mil Mrs.I.I. I.. \Valterxon "has diluted; on for throe. 01 L4teT I shades in sizes 8Vt ta II.WOMEN.S. .new
loin Month,
iiDiitlis
of H.implon/ ii mlhs." Dot fo

DRAWERS SHIRTS, WORK AND DRESS- hailing. Mr and. :Mix I n. L month uoi.'t hull" v. k

Lovell an.1Ir.: and Mrs, W. 1;
; BELTS PAJA- ..... TIOVIE
PANTS, SUITS, HATS, CAPS, f \\'n 1.1 nt Stnrke were Similnv .-, ", STAR
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f tee_A'wS_ 1 .Yw twnw ,)
guests of Mr /and. Mrs.F New Berry o .
MAS HUNTING CLOTHES DUNGAREES No-Iron
,
1 I.. Wuttcixon on their SlipsMatcl

daughter, Mary Lnulne timtbli Named 1
Queen
COME HELP US CLOSE OUT THE ,'thdiyMr, i\ 1 ng

: amttre.. U F. !Smith: I I BradfordCounty Half Slips 2"
REST OF IT Ir and fAmllof; l" xtl1n will' [Continued from Page Onel! -2_ 1.39

e .pent. the weekend with th.i li,. Fitinlii," Federation of Woman''
VmMamt prn tS% Docnn mi :35% cN
I I' u''nl"(1": Ludle H.tvHnul \ nnh.. .u'II, Li,>iii<. L. Wnin- '.. ".."* "Md. Jfonlna.
: AH st..nd
ALVAREZ Store For 72 Years Mi I, and ;Mis, Smith Si \\'llIht. flit e'tor of the Florida double eMit: with 1.i.h rroch.t-ype tare In-

;MIH, Flout Lee of ;Mobile Diimion of Correctionn S.- CmplKI7 chadew pteoL sizes 31

Ala visllttl. hei, listi-i. I. Mix, Master: of CPiomonlea was Telegraph .. ...

V, 10\1\" i FS'iin 'list week,, VV B > Uill i Seymour. pop'l1,1.1 -

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Tu: :: ,J) .. .,... ..,. .,... .,. r\Gf THREE
_' '. \11..1)11; < ) < <0'' vrv Ti'ii. :

I : DKG Initiation I mium this year: since the WaP I :3 pool hall. ,I Prof.
Friends Of Library Clark Edward said h? has Wyman
I A :ency did, not b.d ind :it t tJUli
word from the State Road D-
Seeking Books Held Last Friday ( ; not be d"c IJod I if! the
I pnrtmcnt that the stats w.l 1 Dies In N. C.
firm: shoud: pnrtlcipat.;.
For Annual Sale In Orange Park teke no action to stop Uncut
The N.>nh Florii: Strawberry
\ washing of the Pine Ilav -
Qurn: Mils. V d'\ Fish Word has! been received here
Mm! 1t'.;. i iI teas InlrnJuceJ: to the CO'Il\< of the death of Lynthal Wy
GLADYS :Iho K Ci'iin.i' Mii-icfy' held
MOOTY r..t1, .1'ldln'1\'il'. \ : ip'11; : till] clean the :ditch hoivev("
A.. and made:! nn h'in'jrarv cabs< : ". man, a former resident of
d k 'MIL, i' its .iiimi.-il initiation ceremony:
\ :.i .uf ol :"i f$:; oi( ) \ Thp v'ci'n.-ll. mtharlze'l Vio/ ,
I Phone 964-0651 I p\iii: by FriJiii's,' of, tin, I Ibr.iry ; V .t''v' ni'hl. April t. in the t ci','' ;HLirki; ;,' F.ii. :\..llll,"< i Pf' Starke as the result of a
exutii'llM.--'" idO-/00/ !oil I
:; i $'
heart attack in Raleigh N. C.
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dm'111nil' \r i I. : v I.hlll y of the Or.mgo )Nt'i.1i,; < :p1.1 : ;1 .lI', t .\tl.l .,
/ ... ,111111.1/ ,/ Ii. I. II :,,""II' tat,;) :tie.huea.odenph : on March 27. He was professor
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County Fair and (PI< \ i ;It linuntiiry l: School. :'il tin. i ::.v' "t'i.JacJi'rln' ; | \ ; ,. machines

Miss Sherrill Festival.: Jfrs.( NJI: Intl\> I l 1'1'Ia'v: Xollncr directed. tuaalnthe/ :'! fair. e- o1'Commercj ( emeritus of the Forestry
,
< nntly )i.-urcha-sed.: :: A rpoa'!*'
Department at North Caro-
4
5 ,. '. President Dufor: :!
J Chairman, announ ,1Mrs. 1",1." "n randli-Iii' ',ht ceremony In-
warranty cannot bs obtaineduntil : '!
: .
lina University.
Weds Mr. MooreIn lin i members Mitchell reported on a trip v
\tug seven new
I
Dyal cxpii---i" .n i 31Shmrbe ( t + t they are put In !3ooJw At the time of his residence
Church >rt'cialloii to UKM, \%:1u' .ii'i" ) l'11111! 1 the four-county area.A Tallahassee to distributeAtrawberiies.
rklnT' order
kt Lawtey ( Mayor Randal In Starke, Mr. Wyman was
etl ,li lit' I I" .1 urrnrrv." : .. Lucille McLon"i. ( Chairman Cnl I Hurst .f-r
Miss\ Elizabeth Ann Sher111 fled by the response } of $1.400 was c.it Service
dri\c cunvnilprepress. '., t I.II's.: Lnrc.cn. Foster' and !1'1." t 10 the Recreation( Cn; .
and Paul Rodney! Moor. membership J:ho' !iz'J for repal.s on ovcf nls widow,
Surviving are
K.ithryne Epperson. mltt.ee n request Reci-paM",!
-s
wi-re, united In marriage! in a the clty'3 water ::
rf I''iilowlnjj! the ceremony, a'icuptlon Boarl Chairman: James P.I" .-' pumps; \ :Mrs.! Josephine \Vyman. of
:.mrlleliaht: ceemony performed She announced that: Ihe ;MI-i S' me question arose as to Raleigh, one daughter Mrs
was held honoringthn worth: for city water to be,
by Rev. Ernest Bailey inGrnte float book sale will he nol whether the city would haven
i Ruth Wrlker, and one grand-
A rod auntold
new members. piped to the sottball !: on
Methodist Church ; 20 28, 27 unj as:! m tin par the bill the .
since
May pay .
l'd'r"r"U". "- :Nor.; ran Koiiin Corblti., and lntini.I'Ietiiit ), ;;; color scheme was used !In Gelwr" Road.At pu rp 80n.I'
:'
'wfv. on Friday evenimr: Charley E. Johns LIiiiKlmg. lktS. has since broken down At'
"IillleVoimn" t the many otorj buukSouthside diroratlog/ the library and an the request of Pol'ie'
Walnut St. More( books are portray IIIIIOIIK;
April 1. tourney George Pierce said:
The brU'e! Is the dau-hfr; needed DirE Dyal says, and ,, hararter. .. I arrangement of red. roses the in Chief Bill ROSST WanhlnSon; however, that since the Tia.1 A Clarified Ad in the TELEGRAPH !:-
: low brass bowl centered Street, between O'-an1' a-d:
of :Mr. and Mrs. Joseph( 3h';r- requests thosu who live in the I alas: not discovered until aitc: I'
"irarh-rs \\:1(efrerl)I'1l1,*,t table. Oranpp, In front of St.irko brings result.
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theirbook 4th
r iti.! and the )parents! of the ataiKe I area to bring tho : I.Jempntary: The 'pri."ii }h)' Ht groin: arc Mr andtLS: donations tu libr.iiyor mast pay.!
Alive' At 1JTAA business meeting ;
tNY'i cull 0(31-8221( for pick-up Present 'Book l I conducted the one-way: "'ih;; west. Since th'1
;; A\: mvy R. Moore of Stark" i which the follow
during traffic lijl-.t! has! bean remove
The altar of the church \vai uervice.", ) I cl'-viT! nvislcal< pity I clnir! 4lh "nideWcllkn.nvn! tI'UCh'I. ing/ officers were elected for from the ln'e*'. ectloii Vole For and Elect .
'i decorated with a candle- Lawtey residents. are requested itnrybonk\) () nr-! : Miss ICnrllo Tyler,
a "Rook Alt e. or a Trip to T.1': next year: Grand and Waih.lnnt"mStreets. '
:lighted, arch, flanked on cither to leave books for the Lib";'Iy, was presented b"/ t': iirlers W.M-O portriyed ii.v thechildren president, ; :Mra.! Lucllla Jte\ CMef Uo.s"cr 1'l'qlJP-tl'' t 1 nand pr
side by baskets of white ,1Dw- Mile at II. B. Priest's Service '* Sector D. Goodman
9 :iourlh :i.'r-aclcs :at II m-clim! or in colorful rcnIi'nMl Lendon, first vice president: ; recel.cd permission r;

ers and::! >fJrn. Station. Mrs. T. .t. Aldermanla Suulltsidr( Elewnlar.v' Pi*A .. Liniilp Fullwood
Given in mnrriaite bv her chairman in the ll.impton TIII'-tny! .night: In the te'ioolcafptorlum. ) Fid c1 at the btif-lnctis; wsl, 1.1 vit'pl'osldent; :Mrs: Kiln: stop.
father, the bride wore: aol 'nwn I uixand: / will be glad 1 to receive f end' \ Jnmi-s Hol)!hs. pritfipH'invc \ Hart recording secretnryMiss ; ,1 "ct.t' YOUR

embo.--sl'd white !satin taf-:: donations there.Money *, ". : corresponding Another! request' t trim Ro+<-.' .f
Norton-Macheda t.he ; : : Kpperson
report on parr Kathryne
The playvns! in ohoevirgncf\ a
that, the city's w'-l.-' i School Board Member
Inllt'y :
satin d".l<' the books will \ .
inv.
II l ta of empire from of National i nn'al'Y'leek.. :and ir: the new hiillSln: ; that, l t., b> secretary: ; and

Engagement Told .th train. Her veil of silk' P- I be used toward equipment for 'I WAs dircvt >'d{ bv Mrs. Julie: Inw constructed. Mrs. Sdnll"K !:: :Mrs. Norman, parllanicntnrlanThirtyfive. prohibits hn live outside hirliv the; employe"n corprt"limits \ DISTRICT !3 COUNTY AT LARGE
!
h':-ion w.is hell::! by n l1'I"'n'* the children's, area in the 11- .,, county miisl"cnihrr ;; 4th 11'-"' ron: win members from
Mr. nnd Mrs. J K.; M. Norton studded wilt' I MLs. Dy.il said.: naSmll M : I' and bi nahed. was' turn"' CONSCIENTIOUS FAIR
of lace .
:
:
crown U"II"" I Mrs.\ Oindv.t1Vusdlf thc room count. Baker Bradford, Clay
I an !
Sr. announce the engagement\ Her only over to the! safety Con -at CAPABLE
pearls and seq tins \ and. Mrs Evelyn HiEasler III- Union counties attended the _.. .. ...... .
'and approaching marriage ( fthE'lr ncrl- __I Ice for ii t rerommenctat''VMRomer : 10- -
ornament was a pearl \VSCS Names meeting.
daughter Sylvia Trudy Inca a uift of the bridegroom; I I said hp has ben tri Seeker 1). Goodman:

to Richard James Marhpda. of white Bibic New Officers able to I'lrp a ciunfilied rcl.-\ :
and fcho curried a Women I.learLandscaping ,
Jacksonville son of :Mrs.' Anthony topped with white cnrnatlr. Egg l Hunts Jr. man within; the city and. !ns' Is A Hardworking Successful Businessman

Macheda and the lute centered with a white orchid.: And Secretaries Center Of Interest TalkA was$16.345.the Doyle The Conner H. C.Val1 Avncnt : consequence; hla officers have' Veteran-A Taxpayer A Family Man\ (wife',.

Mr Macheda. been workim: seven dnvs pp
Miss Kitty Harris was maidof 111MVor"an'!,. Society ofCht'I"Unn declined to bid because and three daughters.)
'
Miss Norton graduated For Agency trek the fair
YoungstersThe proRramn lanst'tpin'[! : Daring/ county:
from Clay County High School honor and wore a floor- Service of the elected First was Riven by Bobby Coouorr f Agent George Ro ter's he said, cyfa men were' ..ipcdfctl Seeker I). Goodman Will Work For:

In 1982 And from St. Vincent'sschool lermth gown of aqua pear; If'! :Methodist Church has Easter bunny has been! UPVille's Nuisct-v of Oainrvllle -. wrote the council: not euotrliinformation : 1 and the men hnrl to wore!

of Nursing in 1965. sole. She carried a nosegay: of the following officers to nerve I busy this week coloring cys; at the Junior Woman's was available! o>1 12 to I 16(! hours per day. BETTER COOPERATION. KTWBKN SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY.AND .

Mr. Macheda is a 1961 graduate \ pink carnations.! for. the coming: year: : and flllln,! baskets! decoratedwith Club meotlns Monday ninlit: .it. the city's loss expzriencc ratU A request to change th CLOSER RELATIONS. CTWIEN PARENT. AND TEACHERS.

of Robert E. Lee High Mark: Mooio Nerved hiYbrothel' President, lira Foster Shi brightly colored bows" 1 tar: the club house. Premiums for the inmrnn city's ordinance prohibltm{ ,ADEQUATE( .FACILITIES. FOR SETTER EDUCATION.

School, and is a member of a* I Ift mat.'she: '" Smith; V 4'C President, Mrs H. the many Easter OBI hunts Officers for the t comma, ..VPwere -'|' has been split between .,l lIhl't'e minors! fiom piitioiilzinn: urtuhall.s : LOYALTY TO THE OFFICE. AND THE PEOPLE.

the Coast Guard 3eserve were another( brother ',?1)..- II. Adonis; Recording Secret that are being held for the elcct.'d, follows: prcidrnt. l- agencies in, the pnat
I ) ns was turned over $t.o the
Harold DavurFollowim .... Mrs. Charles Sawyer;; though comna" Seeber D. Goodman Will Always Keep An Open Mindon
: one
The! wedding will he an event arl::! Moor;, and jouiiBsters., :Miss! Betty Jane Moran vet HeiTrnll.Mi' Committee roe .

,of June 10 at 1 p.m. in the the widdiiiK n reception Tvc'iiMirer., :Mrs Jack Eaves: On Tuesday:: morning the ; first vice-president.\ Mi' .. writes the insurance flue \'.ce Dumpier Indicate' :! plan: the Problems of Education.Your .

:''Jacksonville Heights Baptist! was> held in t1' I Secretaries of lines of work; First Christian Church chil: Flzle Sanders; second. VU10- "onner Agency was Jolt o"t for un investment in ijo' :

'Church located at Kicker church. Miss Tryphenia Mc-! Christian Social Relations dren.( ages! two to five years, president Mrs. Earnest C. :ast year. however, because !Il. hall! tyjM! establlshnie'il1, 111 1: Vote and Support On May 3rd Will Be

:Road and 103rd Street. A re- nae kept the bride's book, and Mire U A. Davis; Program :had their egg hunt and lunch' Moon: secretary. Miss Brcnda: submitted no bid. It w.u
,ceptlon will be held in the assisting In serving were Mrs. Materials: : Mrs.''' Drew Reddish; at the church. Assisting with Let; treasurer, Mrs. J.L coded to delay a! decision owhich wonted to know if such H 't I Appreciated.Pd. .

''educational building: of the George Roberts. Mrs. Mark Missionary Kducatlon: Mrs. arrangements were Mrs. Edwards Jr. comounies: would tar establishment would be callac ( Pol. Adv.)

'church following the cere '-!oOl'eh's. Leonard Mcore.Mrs. ,. Titus Olson: :Membership Cultivation Eirory Prevail. Mrs. Raymond: ceive what portion of the" prp

mony. John Cole, and Mrs :'oil"Life!!. E,, L.Mrs.. Matthews: H. C.I'llt'h ;. DeVoe, Mrs. Lonnle FuJlI uod, Cub Scouts Visit 1 1Children's ---

All friends! and relatives of Dnvls Cole. Spiritual \ :Mrs. Tim Warren Mrs. C E.
:Ministry: Mrs.
: Campus Museum
the couple are invited to at- The young couple wilt reside \V.:---B. Thompson; Supply Dougherty, and Mrs. James I p

tend. in Starke. Work Mrs. O. L.. Haynes Sr.; Faulkner. The den one cub scouts''

Flowers, Mra. Vernon Smuck- That same afternoon the I I nude a trip: to Jacksonvlilbnturday : Starke's Fashion Leader
Plastic Notebook $2./co at the Plastic Notebook $2.50 at tin Church Activities, \ the nursery and kindergarten;!
Loral
cr; ; morning to viilt: tar>
TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPH. :\\1'\ ''. George Muggins; Parsonage I' departments of the First! Children's Museum andhiji' Ina:.
Methodist Church held an e"R
Mrs. O. L.. Haynes Jr. had a picnic lunch and tour
"II at the :home
Mrs. Glen bunt and party
\ Circle Chairmen: the afternoon.
i ( of! the Zoo in

Can'etl11's: Vernon Smuck-Mrs. of ham.Rev.The and youngsters Mrs. J. R.each Brab received \ The 11 scouts were a-com- For Easter And After

WILLIAMS\ JEWELRY\ cr. Mrs. Elton. Jordan r.anled by their den mothers. -
Mrs. L.. J,. colorful Easter basket' \ ;
Mitchell
Buford 1
\ ( -. Mrs. II S. Mulllns; and Mrs.
, I. (;ro'en. as favors. Assisting the :Bra'hams I Ilnndnl Chitty.I .

.. ......... .... .. !... ,............. .. '.,'J.t. .';':.:''.!.-''. Nominating Committee: Mrs, were Mrs. Titus Olson! | K tM
.-..... ', I .I ...... ; ,... \ chalrmnn; :Mrs. Jack Eaves. Mrs. NormanKclchle.
; "h". : ..l.t. Buford Mitchell
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WomenIn
". 1" Little
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..' Miss }Cat: ('
W.0'cB.slc'i' ;
.E.'IA. .. ., .... % : 't..w.. !t( Mrs" W. B. Sewell. :Mrs. :01, and des saleGroup
.1 .
'. !*. J sa i ivs1::{ Mr*. Hairy Green,, :tits:> ut.ii. ,
\.' : ; keeplnB with Easter MrF.iul
SSlB&ffltoji;: the
> \
,.! .1o W : Airs. Jack eaves Wednesday;: morning Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr.In !
First Presbyterian pre- -hoc!
show colored films und sll3"
Starke ElementaryPTA nee children, hid an e'r- lt.i'; of their European travels, !iniIiidiiiR I

with prlzns and rfrcslimenuat thJToly Land, at the
Election HeldDr. the David Montrsomerv:
Includes t.
Specials Assisting Mrs. Mnnfcompry Lit lieVompn's Club inrrtinii .
home.
11, at 7:30
Whiff' showed a Monday April : jj
W.
D. were :Mrs. T. A. Yavvn ( .
of the eyes ( m. ut the club hnuso. \ .
Him on Hi- care Jr.. 111'1Tom\ Jackson Mrs Sheaths, Shifts i Jumpers

and dlsciuused the eye-sewn- .tockel Mrs.: ClareneSaucer. : '
DIAMOND: ) SOLITAIRES iin: for school children at thuferukp Richard. Mrs: Ray Sala/ll',, St. l1ark'sVomen Shirt Dresses, 2-Piece Styles ,>

Over 2 Carats Each $$1 2 00 : Elementary: PTA mi"0'--, Mrs. Betty Bunch and Mrs
Z Tuesday nicht( In the The Women of St. Mark'sI'pisi Party Dresses and Many More 1 1
.
YOUK (.'HOICKPIERCED ( : . f ma. Phillip Anderson.Wednesday : ..opal Church will meet .. .. ;;
: .. ..
t .. ctorium. afternoon( the i). .. 1/
The fallow: new officers Recreation dcparttnca Konday: ,fight; at 7:30: p. m. at .. .. .. .. .. /

vne. elected: ;president Mrs.Jiianita City held an egg hunt for Preschool the Parish House with Mrs. Now at Eagle's your chance to ICI'' M .1
KASTEKSPECIAL
:
;: $1.25 Thomafirst: vice-! !; first and second "ra'd-:! LuelJe D.ivls as host:!ss. buy the dresses you need( 1'oraster[: +,. r "', / .

EARRINGS ; ('I I) I I ii.! ["knt.II: S. Bill' Epps. reiIKI "- ers at the City park on Church and the warm months! after and \ t ( vie

,,, vii r'-pleirirnt.( .Joe Buthen. 1 street: under the I nupervi.sloncf Beta Sigma Phi at a wonderful) low price that offersyou ;, pn ) !
third vi .' ,>I'I' idrollt. A.il.: I, ,
( t
city recrenhon '
Gene Rayburn.
fabulous You'll marvel at L't rt
savings
Come Hrouse Around in our :New Enl.irtfod ;Ml< hnel. I ;oex'nn: s"CVPtT.-y" : dlrt' 'lor. Assisting Mr ni'tn. !Sigma'! Phi Sororitywill 1 .w
Jewelry :\hs: imlil its, Plt'dRitual) at : the array of exciting styles.' The fabrics i
Store ilFTS; for K\eryone!; in I'i' : 1 hn" t 01'1'1'11. Irrasnt'F. Rnyburn were Mrs. Ruvburn. /

Watches Diamond) Student .lt"\c' >lryMother's .J J .'in, T1n'r,' I the :BUS chcerloadors and I IMI tin-, llnliilav, Inn. Monday' eve- are too numerous lo mention, the! f '-- --

L Ri 1 c .',.w ,nl "1'1'n, r\ s. A. J. Mirror nine./: Apul! II. Dinner will bo styles and colors no one in town can: t '.
: Hin
s. !h., (lie ,1-rnii" rode: mol'ii-ss, : I Satuiday afternoon ':.ir set" veil at 7:31):: ) p.m. I match. Every single ono >xiuisiti| >ly F '

Episcopal Women of th" tailored right down to the last; lovely '' !
-. ---.: --.......,...... -- -- "'"'.i under the snppmsiot.of ; Streets ,: ,t
Church City (detail. Of course, you'll want your ( t

Mrs. Edward Burns and pick of them t all, so shop early! Misws; \ ; i # ')
;,11' T O nitch. will! have in! Need RepairsContinued i$ : t
WELCOME Hulf-si/.r.s/ and, :Misses) : I'etites.: .
(igc! hunt at the parish: ; Hou.seit !

4 p m. for the chiMr-n .of f
.eI [ From Page: oneJ!
the, church up to la years old '

I Also I on Saturday aftevnoc-i: t lirchunli": EASTER HATSDrastically

I TO the Elementary' 1 and 2 departments Motion 1.0( close the ira--::

of the Melnoli: WHS\ irn: 'c! bv McRae: and< seconded -

rhurch111\ have an egg hint by Mrs. Ruby John Cut! /4/7

;md. party at th? John Tor.Tl": Mf-n.ic, had: two bids from pvivald -

home at 3:30: p. m. AvslstlT; ; 'vork
lirms on doin{ city

EUDurs) 66"'f Mrs Torode will be the toacheis. l.ut Chairmnn! Carl Hurst did Ever; hat in this: group I / JUST SAY"Charge
|
: MM Jack Hines, MrIfenrv \, not r.How! them read. Ha Inftrurtcri I 1 I
led
wan sty by "
a
very
'J?
> Godwin! and MM. Clorle! Edwards! .H nclc I It
L famous maker ChMise< _..
Uff
W Strickland.Woman's, \ \ | li.s' for( bidsmd the fierireqiiPotrrl \ :
.1
k .
;
that McRae: furnlrihtpecifications. ; yours now JJ i)
1 I
rI! On Eagle's Option
"
,
... Club y

.' t f..' ',"! t! i'!' I :McRae salj revernl times @ tJ s Charge Plan
( r. ,
... ..: "' 5 r QJJ f: [! I! Duo tu. Ihe Florida Foderrirl that rerorJs on the sixs'idlnrr: \ .

':. -J'' *.. ."- '. Woman's Club .titj convention at the 'jnratje are incompl"te./ ==::= = ========..= '.: .- -, .; .....=-==",-=____ _-==-. __
"ri t.. -...: -',.. --- =- =-== :"" =::=- -==--=--=-===-='-----
In Clearwater oil April l Clerk Edward said theare!
.
J2-15. the regular: monthly all In his office.

; : -i JA. Fornu'ily( I.r.-ni1t's! ""f)" Service) nretln'/ of the Stark Wom- "The "council doesn't have.

I i n'. ninl' has been changed to Ihem." !McRao\ replied explosively. Girls Easter
I
; '..,;,: .' "s.J.::. f"'I: } .-.. \VAL\l:T STKKUTNOV April\ 20.'Story. .

,-.t..r' # "You hsvn't: asked for n


I.! ';- 'ff\ .R / UNDER Next Tuesday I Hour (from nld the,his"the the Utilities Information clerk! said.Det>artm M-Ra came.lt. lJRE E SSES BEBUCEB n! i :


I In other aetlin :
MANAGEMENTAll
HEW\ r !Storv'! Hour will b ,,-.- the !KMrkp-BnH'ford'! County'' Bids for the city's genera'conlprrhrnsive

'.. ._. ._ and liability, '
All the prettiest dresses.
you'll
Public J.ibmry Thursday April 1 11 V : see any- f
and, property insurance was
Jackson All My Friends and Customers \ 14, nt' 3:30: p.m. :Mrs.' 'Kay: Bwurric-l to( the Travele.-'s Inv 1 where thi Easter; Sunday are all in
,1
10 YEARS WITH Are Invited I To Drive In I and Visit Mizell children will be .storyteller.All 6-9 .oreInvlte,1 I urance Company of HartforJ our Cinderella assortment:; and re- j
ages\
"6fi" 1'UODUC'TS l toLltenl.. Refreshments ", Conn., represented: locally by p fltired in time for you to SAVE; on an f
Station
Our One Stop Super-Service will be served. the Charley E.; Johns Aercncv- k Kiislcr: wardrobe Sues 3.11.

Complete Line Of for $12.85': } per year. Although:
-
Phillips "66"Products rates have! not changed since Smn.'ked looks Low BelledSkimmers
BATTERIES THE RIGHT POINT for the last year the premium has increased
TIRES
over 32,600 It wai Styles<
write. Come In and
way you
$10.027 in 1963. because of an

LUBRICATION _led your favorite ESTERII ;Increase ir. the value of city A Lines Houffants ..


I. LET TS GIVE YOUR CAn THAT I I BROOK fountain pen. TELETelegraph. property.(ive-.iirp treatment The new plant$300,000 1 Mnr (

66 SPUING. :.;(; CHUCK-UP TODAY! such addition. I

... .. .- .. !I Only other: company) : to bid: e

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L! .\ : torn ni iiiFotm cotrvrv TP1.P4HAPiL. : fIM'\RkJlJ FLORID. TIJUD9DAV. APRIL i. inert
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With 13-Hit Attack Cribbs. 20. Starke March 17

TornadoTornado Runners Trip GHS 68-54 Donald J. heats 31. ant
Vliglnia V. Chancey botn olStaike.

March 17. I
BHS 5-4
Edges runners handed: l 3Gnann 17.2. i: Harold T. Hubler 52, L3-f!

Class AA Gainesville High
68-54 defeat in a dual m.-pt. Mile run: Lawson 4:51: 39 Apopka March 18.

Friday. 3-McRae 5:02.4.: Paul K Moore 18. ai

By Orange ParkA } Senior distance man Tom: 880-yd. Relay: 1-OH3 l:3u: e Elizabeth: A, Sheirill, 19. bot

Lawson was a double winner :2: BHS 1:40.7: [Sand"l I'",- of Starlie. Mai-"h/ 21. I

.or BHS as Coach David Joyner, Beam Belotel. I Arthur E. Onarn.! 70() CU:a

13 hit barrage directed Pitcher Paul McLeod Is'-.iei! I Hurse's charges won nine first 440-yd. Dash: 1 Varn I and: Florence. Hinson: 71 !

Orange Park gave Brooforl: three stiaight walks before th. ;places. Lawson, a contenderfor 51.5, 3-Kauffman 533. Green Cove, Marsh 24APPLICATIONS. I

baSE ballet:} a 5-4 victory turf' Tigers came through with the state championship! In. 180-yd. LH: no places t" 1tat i rrtr

after the half mile, turned in winning 880-yd. Run: 1 Lawson
a split !in the week's play bAck-to-back safeties to score Alva R. Sapp 34, Staik-
n 5-2 defeat by Lake City In their five The Torn 'ioer times of 2:03.5: li the 2035.: end Juanita V. Matto, 30
two road games. scored their pair on back-to- coo: and 4:51: in the mile. SMR: 1--BHS 2:05: (Joyner Raiford, 5. "
He has hit 1:59 in the Mil Chilson. Shannon. Varnes; tI I. )u retie R7h' ..isrA April I
Leading: the Raiders all th! back hornruns by Wayn : y .4awAe f 22.1
s Terrance L. Boatwrlght
way the Tornadoes gave hurler McLeod and Joy Reese. earlier this year. 220-yd. Dashl: Falcon .
Emmett Akrlclge a 2-1 lead Reese's bat has sud:' nly Sprinter Donald Falcon almost 23 9. 3 Sanderson 24.3. Starke, and Edith li Ingerlath :. ,
became double Mile relay: 1-BHS 3:39.1: i 17, Hampton April 1
In the first inning and pro come to life with the h01'1el'cnd : a wannertut
tected It all the; way. They three singles a!??ins' 1 lost out in the 100 ya'.l: Warren, McCrary Kaufinwn Charles E. Henley, 20

,scored two: more In the second Orange Park in the last two clash In a freak incident even Ecaml. Starke, and EmJy I. Rehher,

and "aided:! a fifth run In the games. though he outran Gainesville! Shot Put: 1-Loper 48'4V/" 28. Starke. April 1. Farms!
took the loss in High's fastest man. The BITS 2-Agner 41'3's' 3- Chilsou
fourth frame Tuesday. McLeod Thin. 2,100 pound Angus bull from Edwards. Angus .
Orange Park ttllled once In Lake City and his record! Hash -did take the 220 ycrj' 41' 5. Easter ProgramAt
In his ela'..... The
shown by young Tom Edwards:( placed first
the fifth, sixth and seventh :.tands at 01. dash In :X3/ .9 and the 'J>:ind Discus: 1- Chilson 129'11'kLoper
innings but the BUS lead wa BIts will met St. August> lump with a lean of 19'10"A 125'6''z': 3- MayfM: Christian Kilwurdt farm dominated. the cattle show.

too much. Coach Chuck\ Mac today and Live Oak next false start was decJar "l by 119', Church Sunday

ion's charges belted a dozen Tuesday l'ere. the starter in the hundredbut High Jump: no places. Better Livestock ShowThe

tingles and 1double by Falcon and GHS' fastest Broad: Jump: 1 Falcon Young people of the FiMt Bigger,

shortstop Donald Falcon. BOX SCORE man didn't hear the RIM! no 19'10." Shannon 19'8 y Christian Church of Sta.-ke

Akrldge fanned! eight while Orange Park game off the second time and lan Pole Vault: 1-tie. HOTPUtnd : J wit: present once again their Livestock Show of the I 4; Johnny Popp 2; Lloyd
the Gtnann 9'6" 3-Falcon 9' Anchor morn Calvin Varn<* receive the baton from David
giving up seven hits and one AB R H complete! race Falcon win- grogram "Living Pictures 16th Annual Bradford County Bryan Jr., 7; Richard St.
free pass in evening his record Sanderson. If 4 1 2 ring with a 10.4. Both were Next meet for the runnels Shannon an he starts his 410 Jtl. leg of the sprint medley re from The Life of Christ," Fair and Strawberry Festivalwas John 3: Lawrence Mengr 2;

at 1-1 The Tornadoes are Akrldge, 2B 4 1 0 forced to race again and Falcon i.' the Fletcher Invitational! In lay. Starke won the event In 2:05 and Vurnes ran a. 51 second Easter Sunday afternoon at 4o'clock. termed, outstanding by Huddy Warren, 5; Sidney Pad-

now an even 3-3 over-all PTIl"l Falcon. SS 3 1 Z failed to place. Jacksonville Beach tonightIThursdnyl quarter many observers and describedas gett; 14; and one each for

In Florida Star Conference Elder C 4 1 2 Calvin Varnes turned: in a Fourteen realistic !scons- "the best ever" Danny Rosier, and Steve

play. W. McLeod, 3B oft 0 :3! 51.5 quarter mile to win that .'. '... from the life of Christ will be The addition of a show Brown.
Lake City was! a dust bowl Reese lB 4 9! :3; event. He was just half a second F' :, 7"r. White ElephantSale Bradford Fair "presented in still-life form, arena and horse stalls to Live.
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last Friday as the Tornados P. McLeo>:I, RF 4 I 0 1 off his season's best. Ever: ; ,'. .' ,..: ConductedBy Steer SaleTermed from the "Nativity; to tinAscension. stock Building No. 1 enabled
gave up five runs In the IhiTl! Reddish CF 3 00 Coach Horse: told him to holdback ." Many: of the a greater variety of exhibits t

Inning to lose the contest: Howell P 3 1 I II and save Fomethlnu! for 'J, -. ." Sr. Citizens SuccessThe scenes represent famous than In past years. Placed, on

the anchor leg of the sprint naintlnss such as! "Christ in exhibit this year were 36 cat-
medley relay. t< Gene Bishop! auctioneer first: sale of fat steersat tle, 25 of hogs and 112 TIE ADJUSTMeNTS
Golfers I year we were having trouble' ) The Temple Among The Doclors. pens [
Edged Just making par" Sexton re BUS places were: i, t t! 'orducted the successful the Bradford County Fair ,' and "Christ In The Oar- entries of poultry and rabbits.
120-vd. HH- 2 Baker ... .. White sale held tv and Festival was
torts. : 163 :. Elephant Strawberry den of Oethiemani." both hj Also adding to the variety of |
Four StrokesBy The Tornadoes flnlshe-l: the Senior CltLszai;) Club at termed a success! and could Henrick Hofman. and "Tiic exhibits! were a goat a baby
the Recreation Center. on result in an annual event at
lamb and nine horses.
third from last in the 18-ho!< Lady Golfers Last Supper" by Leonardo diVlncl.
Green Cove March 22. The colorful pack- the livestock show.A of livestock and
Quality
Oroup Tourruraent In Jicit-! During'! the scenes! *-, -
onvllle last week, beating o'lt Meet TonightTo 'ges and bundles brought Ina 620 pound Angus\ steer proprlate scriptures will b" poultry exhibits was termed !
nice! profit for the treaeu: shown by Tony Castlen of excellent Prevatt
Tornado golfers] were edle.1\ only Orange Park and Paxai' Plan MatchThe Y'1 lead by James: Faulkne", nar- by Emery i
>s well as providing plenty of the Brooker 4-H club was and Bobby Taylor. co-chair-1 I
,
four strokes: by Oreen Coxeilngs Silcox had an 89. Adams DO Basil Davis rfitor.
laughs. purchased by of merit of this division as evidenced n
# 1 in their final matchof Hatcher 1)3. and J. Roy Chi.s- Starke Ladles Golf Association I Graham and, Jack Eddy of The character[ of) The
Senior CItizens farticrpatcdn by the large number of
the season here Tue'Hnv.' teen shot 105.Building will meet tonight Christ! 1 is portrayed this y2.tr:
a the Bra-'fojd County Fal' Waldo for 36c per pound. blue ribbons awarded, by the
Despite the Ions Coach Mike (Thursday) at 7:30: in the I A 790 pound Angus shown by John Arthur Reddish. BUT SflMjT ONLY RAH IT
winning! 16 blue 10 rd, and Judges.
Sexton praised his squad lor PermitsHarris club house. Final plans will i / MllUf{
two white ribbons frr h-indi- by John Kite of the Bradford 1 A musical number will oe Winners of blue ribbons! 60,000There
Improving their team score: an be discussed for the LadlesGolfAround
traft in ceramics, knitting : FFA Chapter was purchased presented:! between each sceneto were:
average of 20 points during and Harris Inc.. addition : to be played here r.nd crocheting, and antiqves by Maurice Edwards Jr., highlight the fallowing Cuttle Maurice EdwardsJr. I are two kinds of Service
the season. to Southside Elementary on April 21, Clubs! represent. Stations. : those. that people

New members In the club Freeman Register Jr., and picture. ., 11; and one each for Walter -
This was by far our best School $100,000 March 1 ed will be Ocala Municipal, e. stop at, and theme. that people
Terwillegar Motors. Mrs! Orare Fullwood B E. Reddish,
Include Mrs. Emma Schaefer, who Prevatt,
Ocnla Golden Hills Inverness, hank, to. You'll and, thisthe
team effort Sexton said citrus
R. J. Bethea W. MadisonSt.
Dunnellon.] formerly:: of Long Inland. N. Others contributing to make did} such a fine Job in presenting : Joe Green, and Jimmy Temple. Station
Keystone leading "Calljtaln"
Heights
Eeven though we were hsats.i: ., house $2,000. II
addition: : \ the show and sale a success
y and Allen, the last )is<
Falntka, and Starke. Mary McOreKor program year Hogs-Water Oak Farm, In this area.HURSTS.
we ended up on a good note. March 1. the State
Community
Members of the club wish whose husband., Cless, is' ronf'r.ed were doing the directing and cos 5; David Eunice, 2; Danny
;Bill Adams, a freshman snd Lillle M. Hood E. Cooler Bank, $75; The Florida Bankat I
In the Starke Nur:uiw Waters, 2 and Florida State I Ij I Ii
to thank all who donated turning again this ;
J'm! Oo:!wIn a Junior Loth St.. house repairs: $1,700. Home.H Starke $50; Register Oil year. { 3.Poultry. C, :
shot baked goods! for their boothat The public!! Is I'nson,
40 over the nine holes March 10. Co.. $10; Bradford CountyCattleman's cordially in
I the Fair last week. C. Driscoll reached! his
I and RabbitsBecky I
Siesday.[ David' Silcox andHarry M. Austin, E. Larry St.. Association $10; rated: to attend this presenbI 'SERVICE;
Twenty from 75th birthday anniversary 01 Hutchins 2 2 ;
women golfers ; Phillip Lyons :
Hatcher a 46; both ,ie house construction $3,300. Jim Temple, $4; and Seeber tlon. '
;juniors. : March 18.Walker. I. Keystone Heights. Lake City March 27. He intends to take Goodman, 43. I Paul Smith, 4; Charles Dlnger Phone96461IIAIR
a long trip: soon which will
and Stark played a fl'le'1d17round
Adams birdie: two holes find I Stewart, Green of competition Tues Donald Falcon. BHS'. ull- include California, Minnesota.: With interest and supportlike I I. -
Silcox on( in the final match. Acres Subdivision! house I :
construction this, it is believed that a
day. Winners were: 1st low round athlete, (raps| 19 feet, 10 Canada:! and New Jersey
"At the beginning of the March 17 sale each will CONDITIONING
14500. fat stock
gross Gertie McRae of Starke; Inchr to win the broad jump There are many senior citizens year

_- ......._ 'tflT.._ ---,'------......,...,.--.- 2nd low gross Freda Wyman in the win over 4311H. Falcon who would enjoy ;our acid greatly to the success! of SLADE GAS
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of Keystone; 3rd low groan i alan" ran the 100, :no. and'pale meptlnis once twy- cab in the Fair. HEADQUARTERS

Helena Powers! of Lake City; \aultP4l. kr.ow us. You will meet very:

1st low net Lillian Bishop of connenlal people who\ are Inter Fair AssociationTo

: Now you can buy'Investors Starke; 2nd low net Sylvania Garden Fourth ested in your wellare and Receive

Landrum of Lake City tied hope) you will! be interested in

i Stock Fund with Marge Cline of Lake In Slow-Pitch theirs. We are a non-secttir- Financial ReportThe

Lake City.Keystone.
inn non-political organize:
: Heights will have Softball TourneyThe tlon. Dues payments) are verv Bradford County Fair cFcsGREAT

for*20 a month !* Pro-Lady Tournament: on Garden Restaurant soft- small: and we do have a lot of Association will hold a special

April 18. Any Starke members meeting! at 8 p.m. Thursday,
ball team in slow fun.Why
: interested in participating competed a don't you come and Apr. 14, in the. American Legion -
Now you can accumulate mutual fund shares on a regu-' may contact the pro at pitch tournament in Milton see us sometime? We ,vlll hall, at which time a
Jar monthly payment plan to fit your family budget. the club. last weekend placing fourthIn meet at the Starke Recreation financial report will be givenon BOYS

With payments of $20 a month-'after an initial340paymentyou an IS-teum double elImin- Center on April 12 at 7:30: p. the recent Fair.
can acquire shares of Investors ation tournament. Kenny Ter
ni. exhibitors and -
All participants
. Stock Fund. BowlingLeagues rell and Butch Alford were
. This is The American Cancer Soc- in the Fair are urgedto
mutual for
a fund designed to provide long- the leading hitters Garden.A
. term capital appreciation possibilities as well as a double-header Softball iety will show! two films on attend and offer suggestions Your Choice

o. reasonable income. game will be played at Hardy external and Internal cancer: as to how next year'sFair

For full details (prospectuses) of Investors Stock Field Saturday night starting on April 2ft. may be improved.
. Fond and the new Investors Accumulation PIano GUYS ANH DOLLS ut 7 o'clock. Competing teams -Joe Kerrigan, Reporter Westinghouse
IM1XEI1' DOUBLES
. will be Mazerolla of Jacksonville Marriage LicensesThe

CALL YOUR Draw-Tite 4; Bill Nelson, two-time city champion, Thomas Thanks __ RCA Whirlpool
523. B & G, 0; Steve Broad and Garden Restaurant of Fair follow in!? marriage! licenses
N1e%tQ7oJ MAN TODAY! way, 425.Carp's Starke.son HelpersIn have: begin issued bv '-' Dearborn

o JOE (Ski) VALINSKI Slade Gas. 3;1; Bill Ernie Lovell Patz,;'572.477. n I letter to The Telegraph the Henry County B. Slopes.Judge's' 75 office Starke: : II
557. yesterday, A. J. Thomas, Jr.,
: (Phone 961-4075 Williams! Jewelry. 3; Rudolph and Adell F. Byrd, 58, Starke. III.
D & W Auto Supply, 2; Jim president of the Bradford
: 532 South Street Hutcheson. 528. Candy's County Fair said March 10, NO
Brummert, S34. Team No. 10, Association, :
. 1; Bill Wolfe 468 Earl Robinson 34. Starke !
. 2; Jimmy Brummett 539. 1 believe that the Bradford n
2%; War- Cadle Cad- li
. Recreation Dept., Team standings: Draw-Tlte, County Fair and Northeast and Barbara Ann PAYMENT
nie Adkinson 544. Brooklyn 4-0 3-1 3-1 Florida :(. 22, Starke. March 11.
: IfJlJ ; Carp's, ; Williams. ; Strawberry Festivalwill
Supply, l'Wayne; Hender- Recreation Rept. 2ri: -1y, D & now be recognized as the Vaughn W. Williams, 40 unc. ; mI I n =
=
W, 2-2; Team No. 1O. 2-2; outstanding: attraction of the Lessle V. Byrd. 43. both of _. r UNTIL MAY

Brooklyn Supply, IMi-Z'i; Florida\ Crown area. Perry. March 14. -_._._..."

: Qualified Capable ImpartialEddie Slade Gas, 1.3; Candy's 1-3; "Please permit me to thank WUbur F. Holder 57 and ,-=-

B & G, 0-4.. : the many' dedicated individuals Retha L. Kuhr 48. both of

: Vote For and Elect agencies, organizations, and Gainesville Marsh 16.

fr: King & Court business firms who made" this I Sam J. Loiacano. 27, nf $$1 0 Delivers

Set Softball year's Fair a success. Jacksonville and Clara: E


I Allen Exhibition Here I '

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. Eddie Feigner, the noted Best QualifiedFor -:- =====-======== =t Hurry -- Limited -
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Softball pitcher who stands
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: YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER off of only entire a teams chatcher with and the two aid -! = __ : Supply ofAir a I
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Infielders, will play an exhibition H ;
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: DISTRICT 4. game at the baseball diamond House( of RepresentativesPracticing % Condlflon1 1

:: EDDIE ALLEN . 17. at 2 p.m. Sunday, Apr. '*: :@= ers At These !

An independent businessman who has operated his own business' The King and His Court as .

:. for 19 years. Registered Real Estate Salesman .Family Man Tax Feigner Is billed, will play the Attorney Prices I

Payer and land owner. local Garden Restaurant softball Thorough knowledge. of legislative

: EDDIE ALLEN team. Admission will be processes.

- Will work for and support additional county drainage and the !improvement no for cents adults.for students and 11 .;4 Independent of any special Interest

: of our present road system. Feigner who has pitched In ,.-.. group or Industry

EDDIE ALLEN . more than 3,000 games, fan- t "t Graduate of l"nl\erslty. of Florida 5,000 BTU 14,000 BTU 22,500 BTU

Believes that we should use every means! at our disposal to bring ned more than 50,000 batten, l i with degree. In law and Agriculture

: new industry to our county. and whose fast ball has been economic ;5 YEAR REPLACEMENT

EDDIE ALLEN clocked at more than 100 mph -I Fourth generation resident. of this. house district : WARRANTY= DELUX COOLS "ACRES"INSTALLED

: Is in favor of keeping the courthouse on or as near its present site Is making his second appearance I IN :MINWALNUT PANELING COOL YOUR
in Starke. Experienced In business HOME:
. as possible. I UTES COOLS LIKECRAZY
Spectators will see the fab- (IUIT AS MOUSE:\ QUICK AS A WINK
' EDDIE: ALLEN ulous Feigner perform feats I Active In Civic affair: 1064 Chairman Cancer Drive,

. Will use a businessman's approach to all your county affairs. of softball magic, such as I Rotarian Chamber of Commerce Board I of Directors
: EDDIE ALLEN pitching from between his legs I Mason Jaycees, Florida. Bar, American Burr Association $
.
$229.00
$288.00
I American Trial Lawyer') Association, National LegalA $
. behind his blindfolded $119.95
back
. Will devote. as much time as necessary to make you a good commissioner. from and from second base. I I III. & Defenders. Association' ,


: EDDIE ALLEN . EUGENE $10 Delivers $10 Delivers $10 Delivers

Has the sincere desire to see that all the people of Bradford Coun. SHAWBradford
OSjGtde666 ;
' tv are served fairly and impartially. 7o&o F.

: EDDIE ALLEN . SLHDECHS: HOME OF QUALITY:

Asks YOU for your vote and support on May 3rd. ( Clay & Union Counties) AND ECONOMY

(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
. I (Pd. Pol. Adv.) I 332 W. Madison St. Phone 9647701Cm






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Ranger Hal Pleases Large Crowd TT. I V County nisrmrT) Commissioner( NO. I < :t{ :

This works
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At Bradford Fair; Talent Show

f I hate; served you faithfully mill inip.irli.ill.v i : its
"' ., youi County (ConimisHiimiT" DistrUl) I for 1 17 )'('.Irl-l. : harder in this community's'interest :

T"J"1': I i I 111m the/ only full time C'oniiniiniuT: on the Board

t t' .1'1f"IIl: at I pre.-enl.; I.I : than any other :

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am seeking
fat ii-i-lwlion on in>' 17 jar record. ,
: whichni'.iks t! for il'-olf. I unilci -.timrl the |pruhlent l> :

s of county 1 cmornm.-nl: ; t and, how it functions.( ; publication in the world. :

., I make: the "same promises l ;11001 ;ilui\-!'. to carryout : : {I
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l ably' and imp.'ii: 'tiill;; > *' W :: 74M .:.

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Your Vote and Support Will; / DC *


Appreciated On May 3rl. : .uut f U' t4<


JESSIE R. CHASTfllK : 04 OflItWf; :


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i.ui-1, -..<,f;illt. l.i.' -.>' r to cut,, :*M-l>illlini rniin" has served for 13 years in Congress
tinhllilRit, I lrllK"| '' to you" In III.- '!II.I DKtrlit. and is now a member of the powerful
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policy.| no substitute for the experience
:r' gained during Ihese years of effective "

P/ & work experience gets things done 1 ; ; I
Keep Billy Matthews in Congress?
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VOTE TO KEEP MATTHEWS IN CONGRESSDEMOCRATIC
PRIMARY MAY 3 f

Tn"I nr-l,,I r<.1..1.<.rti\rmo,tt no' I>....-. EW T!

you have your choice..y/ ;

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II C twin or full sizeinncrspring .

I WHAT'S s-isur>anrl T.l or foam rubber .
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THAT rcEular"or extra length r' 7950 .

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FIGURE IN ; ;.
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THE MIDDLE ? ALL AT NO EXTRA COST! ,. "

FINE.I:IhE! fELT.TIP PEN ,, Mattress or matchIng' box spring :

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Tr.. :m.Tm __ l: 1. .' ) ..
e Spring Ar' "xelustve, H dlth Center '' ,
WRITES THIN !! [ provides : r "' '
Thiit's I where we added: your quarterly: dividend to your f lor nri', [iirkaRr or art- .c support ffi trio* center of (ho mattress ? !t '
ft'ji'r .it "Irvin,', work or 4 where 2 3vof the sleeper's weight rests. M t f of /, .
savings Yes. we add money to your savings account ', ;r.4r.II" e Exclusive l Darr"Duo ftnipnrcd" flexible end F r a .1 A' 1 4'a 'I .
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Cr.FlY"111 pocket clip.H"n coils offer greater surface comfort with firm ,. :' : .
regularly figured at the highest rate in keeping : -'loot.( Qdorkj, ink, inner support ., s+" *& c r .
Brilliant. colors. rie
I. i Altsrnatir coil constructin so that here's(
I AI fNE (1 ATTRESSF9
with sound business practices. Yes we pay you to save no slops toward the eQges, po sat, "*,,", "

This is your bonus. And your account is fully 49 ,. P PI .(; the Cenltr.J t'T"' .pliia.' ; Cllmatlzed.m Florida' .
1 # e Magnificent Blue Cfoyd dunask cover,
insured. I .. ..$f-J uriously puff-quilted and seamless even. m :
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ljJIEster king size( / f* ,

1! I Love yo, : ,.- .. .,

Start Earning On Savings Today! -.." ?, ,.'. ; N; { ..:,..,.4J..l' .J I i "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" '

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''ER, Savings and Loan Starke AssociationOf Bradford County Denmark Furniture Co



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I Moonshine StillIs tMMr: ... Hazel I. JnnoN MrH. II."LllnM"I: BUI Moto. Ethel homo of Kate L4truthClerk :
I ,..... Kuthprln M Dynl Mm. Uni- Knymoml. :lh..1 IMckrvn Krann-H. Dunn by, (Ira.K S."i-
DestroyedA u.ira J. Jordan.1'roMmi t'l......lml ;>In. I1A <(< Itf>WCll). \ dan Jndy It 1 IMwnrdxM.ifi.M:, : .
: fib .. II :Mil 3. Onath\ford 1 1t. T..wU..j'r. M/ itor-H Clerk : I.. I'ruvntt. LAWSOH'S MARKET
/ r A .', II"IY Fair Ituil.llnir. I -" 'li'ili i : Bott .J f*. in "I't \titt Kllx.iltcth: I'ltfelnct : moonshine still was i"- .-..,'1".. P. (hIllier' Wnlt.-r II. l.n-, ,s. ..ndl" '" _. K. A. ',,l..uu :.suran, I I 1\i.uia\ ... U""II"--" l t'i""I" U 'll I r ,I. ,
: stroyed Mo-.may!: : by state p".1etlcl'a1 J. L.. ((2nry. Mirffli PAil iverPrfclno.1 COI'l\n., H'Kli' .im HUI- : :"'>' (ii"-... n. Mm.," Cold Storage Grocery Store
s :No. 4, ,\incrliim, l Lu'- I'r't, 'I net :v..>. i 1':11.: (tMihninhome I l/i win. Mis. C I 1it"I1'.I.: )
: bev PRO;; agents with sit n Buildlnic (Clerk .10":11) of MIM T. K: .. ..
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: i4iug.t.' >t .1 i Pr. 111'' t :MM: 1 trill|! Vll h' "I'i'
asslstanca:: fi '):n Deputy 5:1: :'('- A. Ulnny. Ueorge. A. Wmlil.iMvitli I ,-C- : vv I i .. i. II 11 I I. < ">', N.,." I I-: I ( I I'. K ,
} r Iff Eolpu I tfi'dUtfi, '; W. Jones. ;Maty I n. Sn, M'K'nni'y.!' 'l 1'10"1 t ,tm II< "i if" i 'tin .1 '". II. in>" \ V' .r' I I" ",1
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ltd. I lit lit'
MI > ": i 1 .r i dol"ell] v\\ \ 'ui III.d>
Nat( ; in II :i. the larg" stO.: I', ec'I ncr No. f., fir..ii r..i. .. .. .110. ;; *:: -.... ._.. was fount I two miles north! tHamtc.n ('.mill)' Mich i S. h..1.. i .I Irk"
*"*l, *- < a a i a quarter m'.'.. l I. >ln .VI. Zupp| |ii.itr. .Mrs I ,',iiinii1..), I __ .u _____._ ___ ___ __

; 1u,_ .: %$&*1: I II east of tha! Su.baard: Rat :'O.ld) :,vlhx I Crawford.m, Nil. n 11 .)"li Il.t', .. .*iiHnlly II" ,..4. i. "'I. .,; ,. ;: '-f. ... .. .., 'Ir'; ""5; N :.':. i .

I Two pots: if 230 callon auci I I'lHiiiirt" : No. tf. h1"r' .1 IIIIIM, .a
flERE1S PIE IN YOUR EYE M. (1.tick. Nonnnn, < IHI klrn ,
500 gallon capacity '" "1'3 d-! ) .. I I
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stroyed. Con tier, r) rln I':. .Vinnanli/ u ru.. I
TOe still h.i1: not ben 's- J.-rry, I>y.il. I,-
ernteIn ths past: week "r 13:> Prcilnct N". 7. fI..1 I ,K 11..1. > Sat. 9th
April 2 P.M.
1otlonlCI"'k'llIlul11: I. I ,
days RedJish said! It lj tr: ha nil. : I.nillHB riroxioi.I Mi"I '11"1"1> ,
fint t to !je 'touna: in Braafo'd ,'"n :)h, Neui.l.l UvrllH" < l I": l"ui ..mI'IIM Ii Jets. Hwy's. 301() and 26

in many miLs.Thieves' : .inot No Natlimiu; ". ORANGE HEIGHTS; FLA., Ala<:hua County
tlnt.CI..rl.. : A. II hIarI"N.Jl. '. ,
.., Vera Onuid. I': i "-", < I.,b No\v 20" 10' !31:isonry Store Ulilg, 2-boilroorn nmnonryHomo. .
Hit TwiceAt )o'lynn..rl"lIr..t: l U.v oil 'in-. I'M-Intt Nil.. It, :Siult, l.iihi ':iuun.'ntai'y -." lr'''|M'rK..H offered. Mpiirate: fronting on New
Brooker School :Si'h'l'I., I 1. I I. I liny. SOt.) stitlillnhrd: community. TermM.AUCTION Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We .
I llaiiiinoiKl., Jn i, nila lluiiU, HnYo.'I'I IU I 1
SIGNS OV BOTH PKOPEKTIKS:
7 Hiiwf.ll. John' i'. mnu .II> :41 Thieves entered the Bio.'ki" No. 10. c will Pick-up and Butcher. There will be a
nlll"I"1 Auction Co.
*rhr 'I! oxer' tlv wcelcena! n.ia; Hotiwe.. .l'ho'.I1"J.' i r ; Grissom-Kemp Small Fee for Pick-up Butchering cows $3.00 per

stole $50 in \bus' and cha"3' Dttrty.;. Jan Vtile|; llnrrlnirtruiProplnrt si.tiOninn. ->". 1..11 1 i 28 S. Magnolia Ave.. Room 207 Head and Hide. Hogs 3c per lb.-Cleaned Weight.For .
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then had \:u>:her try TuMlavnight : No. il, "cnv" Orlando Florida phone 423-6307: Chill-cut and wrapping 5'/jc' per lb. with paper.
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I Hampton\ ''liTU \\ II \ I Lnrnl Representative Silver S|>rlmri. Flu: Ph. 338-
.. ... I L.II IIIIII'I 2311 We fun Jet; IIIit'' $$"'" by AtirMon for IteilEntitle.
u <" I. >n II:ill. f'ollx I your :
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r Deputy Sheilff! Dolph Reddish lion itail.Ir.i \ ,i Phone or \\'rite. We !Sell: Reef and Pork for Home Freezers
said n. trace has besii .iiu-t Nn. 1-. Biu<1l"r i .l |;
found! of the: "Ulpiits who s-.v County KibriMCli. i ",rl I I. i '. ,'I Phone 961-8281 218 Washington St.
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tered the office by prying! op.ell \

< window. 'the soft Jilkbov --- __ __ __un

vas alsj broken into

,. The lock was removed from .
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the drInk machine: withjit ,z.o5'I S '
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h,; 41t4 cutlers! : R!!; .1I.h said.

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k TilE ninilT I'Ol.M for tli.

WilY you urirn. <'
.M-le<'t }'i>ur favorite KSTKK-:

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2//) \\onlH or I I.*...., one Insertion Memorial!' Keoliitoii. | eU. Nluy|' Ad"*, In ClassIfied. Section
WI'I'I I sis: : -< iiji' ;i.in.i, ,IM /.r.! ..
...r *:u.I, I Ci.int.I ...n.Ih"\ seal .,r (minimum barge) -- -- -- I.OO FervorJ ____ .--n_____ ___ ..05of ,..I5U per Inch-flrnt Insertloa.
il kl l i' .nit. tit Sta rl..>. )Klorlilu
if not Kild In utlvtuue P,1.2.S,
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ilu :Mm, h 2ii. I'X.il': 'ud.. 'TliiUik' : I'p to 50 word $.2a per inch after irst lonertloiiHASTINGS .
Lamar I'nilorhlll (upper panel) found Ueatli., liulrcut .Honiexvhut.. of a hanilirupIn / 'I.'iIitiie, A. Harby Keyed ruiled. or blind ads
A. (I''k of Clnult Court minimum __ _________ 1.25 (Illinium charge) ------. -----.. 2.50
Bradford.. Pulr'H pp-eathiK| ronteM, hist I'rllll&Y nltenioon. After diving In of PiRdroitl! C"uIlIY.o'lur.. ( charge) -- -
hair und all I lie air. I IdatcincL'iT', Km.Ii: additional word over 20._ __ .05 Over SO words. : per "lrd-------- .05
ruuiet up guspini for ( counT SC.AL.: )
::1.31 I 4t 4/M!
First prise: in the ph..ILtinglI..t; wuw uon by lIu.lll'urrl'll (centerIIUHH Insurance Problems ? MATTRESS INSL'RANCK ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS BE SURE TO &BUB WORLU
WORKS AT REDUCED RATES built to order. Machine work. BOOK: before
uuylng another
UPHOLSTERY "
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%o IIi; or s4uNotlr
crew cutS proved a definite utUiint.iKe oVer tlie ioI1gtilkir. Behind him
are riinners- ,- I... h.*ri-hv H \ v.. Llui., Call The Man Prom 710 Lemon St. PaInt AUTO FIRE BOAT Boat. Motor and Pump re- encyclopedia. M. A.
up Lamar I'mlerhlll untl John Senlcr.| ) rnrnuant. to thp final I .1""."''. t.fl I' Keystone"George DOYLE E. CONNERINSURANCE ; pair.- Brown's Repair Shop Payne your local representative -
l..ri .IOHUPH. r'nI",1, Furniture Repaired, .
April i hI. LaRue AGENCY Rt. 1 Box 363 Starke [Kings- since
l!I'O)3. I hi Hull ,'e"ln'.u." .i-.- E. Upholstered & Kefnlahe4! 1966. Box 628
I |1'"lInjf| In I'lnnlt. ('., : Uchg ley Lake. tfchg Phone 964-6792 tfchg
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In Tk. foiinly Ju.....'. Cnurl. OlBmilforU $ ,, N;.'I| loP IB i1E', ..I.v Kl'.''.!! that I 1'0/1': ohsi I ir. lire.: I rult.,1: l ((n.'inty Fl.ir, I I.. Ini Keystone Heights MATTRESSES REDUIL1
(unul> lurl.ln. In (lie undtTHtKOi'd until'r t the pro. 'In the uninu of hut ftvtattf, of i I"I"""("i'Y. t..... N'p.- ':i-62t. Consultant For All Your InnersprinR3 Pan-
SALE
PnibnfiM vlMlona of ('hlll'l.. r 'Ii93,:] I.uno KlurliJu: To Janieit' C. llillhrlv) ,vlurlii. Kief.tnan 1 11.((*.<:N1|".... Jr Insurance Needs.Repr'MenUnc New ; FOR -Petunias. Myers Power ToolsArea
In R. n..tnte n.f Uoliei, Ilernftrd : of Floildn. A.'ts .r I'IH. will 101( HoHuwood :,Street t :Spartan, i.nil, < I Iti-ity r.i'Klntcr. hit wlr. and Box Springs | MARY QARTERPAINTS tles, and other annuals at reduced Headquarters For
8nydtr Lt'ea.INotk > r"KIM.r with th. Clerk of the burn, South .Cnriulni. '
: : urn' I'lulntim/ unit, Hirim.n s V. Drop Us A Card or Call prices. Shrubbery Lawnmowtr
.. Of Kllintr rvtltlun For circuit I ('011..1. I In anil for I'nitl- Yon ar" hereSy not'fled!' I hat. I'iidorh Ill itnd 1 l Ioli, 'a8nn Ii I.- Great Amerlran In*. Co. Power Toola
Final Dlwhiirtto. Of Rxu'MitrlxNotice ford. County Florida. upon re- a Hiilt III equity has lueiibrought .Irol'hlll. his wife. nr.' '),.''end. T%e Traveler In*. Co. PALATKA KA: 5-11fC6! azaleas rose bushes geraniums MrCulloeh Chain Saws
I In heri-liy, } If"-n that ( elpt of .proof i"r 1 pnlilliMitlon oft airtlnHt you by Mur ""IN. I ii.. unili-lHlKniMl. f'1t'k c>rHit.id 11 1 473-4692 Daj AFTER 41 P. M. In bloom. Salvia. egg- Pump &Water System
I have filed, my final r'-turno" h I. notlre I he fIt I II I I""M mini. ** I thii M luthrle, In the ubovt. Court will Hi'll, Cii': r.iI'a URS. PEGGY 8HALLEB plant, pepper, Big Boy beef ft Stratton
executrix 'If th* eittate .uf !Itnli i>f Central t 1 Kmployinen II t SenUi entitled (Court' and) iaime fmdlvorie Init pri'pcrly .ltii tii In Hra.l- 473-4325 Kites : Brlffgt Engine
ert Bernard Snwlor. d>-. eannl I >. under whl<-It 1 nm itijfuved i"I'tiHly, of th,. ihlldrrn fn.1) County, Florida, I >wit: Auto Fire Home Buslnesi 209 E. Adkini "St.Stark. I steak tomato plants. Phone Rental Sale* !Service!
that I have filed my petition III bllHlllCfiH. lit 11'.I Center MlfUl, and ..,h"r" rvl lh'l.i and you. 1fIIt I limlit ((4)) anil !Mi: ,:.' (Aof Monthly Payment Flap .. At; it Complete Line 064-5511 Ralford Road Staik 230 N.K.:: 16th Ave.
for dlMrlhutlon and, for final Slnike, Plnr'ila.Mm. ed !i
ordei
nro hereltv Hutnnioneu) IiliH-k!' Two ((8) In I liiavllnr, tfch\ Oalne vlll. S78-S411
dlwharft and that ..n April, 1H.19u8 Clareraee Hhoil,"' T, 419 und resulted" to file your written Park Sub-illvlHlon' ',. incortlcil Good business ofPAINTS
..t 10:00: o'llctk A. M, I Center Street Htuke., I'lorlduuole anawr or defeimeii. to thecomplnlnt In I'lut Bock No.2. P"-" 1S72 BUndlng St. I FOR SALE THREE BEDROOM house on tfchg.
will apply to the Tl"n.'i.il'l.Thrron owner at Ihe ol'lee of tho I Ur rfcorili' of Ilruilforil l County Very nice three bedroom CB and residential properties In ANDSUPPLIES
A. Yawn Conn'v! .Iii. .lK<. l P..t.,1. thin I4lh ,day of Mnrih.A ('I"'k, of Kitld Court, In SlurkiP'lorlilft -, Kluriiln. :Section, 28. Town I Starke, Improved and unlm- Kingsley Lake tor rent year
INCOME TAX SERVICE
ol Bradford County, I.lorldLa\ .. f"npproval 1 1). I luttt() at Htarkn, llradforilCiinity and, to ..eiv. .. a eopy Mhl'|> (0 I Smith I'.iinRf. 23 Rir.l: house with oak floors cornerlot proved. H. V. Knight. P. O. round. Inquire at Sam Rosen -
", uf Bald< riiml .""I\I1'n, Florida, thrreof' on riilntlffn .Mtoiney.HolllH / I In Hmilfiird, ('.iintyt l lurld.i. and paved street Monthly tfclw berg's. Store. Call St. tfohK after 5 p. m.All day Sat.
and far an order of illMi Iliiitlon. 4/1 I 41 1/28 V. KnlKht 1*. rawel .t: \public outcry to Inn hlKliAHbidder I, : payment $60 07, Reasonable I Drawer F. City. I For All PurposesWE Charles Hutcheson. phone
and fos final dlxcharK n" '"o !I.*, :Mtarku, florid. all on or for i.,,,.h. nt 1 the ",,'1(0 A. J. Thomas Realtor. BOOKING Orders for setting 969-3355 New Blanding! Rd.
cturlx of the will of Kohi-rt: 1 daof April. .* equity. ,
l I" TUP. fiiu-tir cntur 01- l before the J'ltU \ front door t f HIH County '>:i irHoum. MEET ALL
Bi-rnard' 8ny ('0'10'1'I".n.. I 1168! ; nthvrwlHn a Uoeroe l'i'CcinfcBHi nt tiirliiFlnrlfln! a Tel. -964-5701- eggs Dark Cornish. Bantams. No. 230. 9tchg 47
March 16 19011. IUI ('VMTIIl'. ) will be -..iterdimaln't 1 12 ;uo o't-loik noon. on April l I 1-t TV SERVICE ADVERTISED Jumbo Rlngneck Pheasants
Rita II Rnvd. r 4' 8*.L) >(>. l-llltll: : ) j'<>n : T 1'hl., '.otln I Bhiilll 1 1J'1I6.! .]() JACKSONVILLEPRICES White FOR RENT Furnished
Jumbo Wisconsin Quail
:Klla. II Snyder. Kxn: 'utria Mirlha :M DnthrlH, l h. pilhlls'ipd'!' In I tln> ,next fourconnr \\ltncfm my hnnd nn 2/17/ 'I 4/17 I'litlnllff: <'iitit 1 '" weekly I liotiieii of ..'..1 llf Nllld, .t'ltlirt .It Slltk... \ SERVICE By Guineas, and pen raised Wild
"I.J4In.a4. I tie Hrndi.iid, h '..unty 'I l'' iru|>'n. )Klnrldn' tlvls l 1.1 rtny: of Aon', Phone 961-8201 Turkeys. J. M. Edwards. Box I apartment. Air condition.
KOTICK OK 'VI.REG..I.n ..'\' .<,'\ '1(1ricTiriois P. ritithrlp, a duly <|iiillfled ne Hi.iper| inilillHhed IOCU.' Mix. all sizes Concrete Southern Marine & TV fl28. StArke. Renner Apts Apply 633 Mc-
>, t n.: Pefelldnnt... I In mtld 1 innntyIT'S CIIAFU.FR: A. DARIli', Heady Simil 353 N. TempleTRANSPORTATION Mahone St. Phone 9645742.
nil t
Cleth of Clnult Court ofHrail Block; type ;
;y...i run] (:'nuj, nt Y. FI.ri.liclnCt'l.r Frerant LJntrU. E\erytrtln: TV Technician LAWN MOWING. Hedge tlrhg
. : : ; ( (rotjur KKAIKolllH >) nei-etsary for concrete mu- trimming 6 days a veek. Satisfaction
: V. KnltfhtSir.lko. David Gunter EUNICE NURSERY
J ronstructlon. party together guaranteed Phone
Klcirliliittornvy sonry Keep your for
Annuals and Azaleas 3
.. .\ for Plaintiff. \\e will meet any prlre on charter a Greyhound bus. Call Toby or Larry O'Neal at !533
material. within Bradford Fast ServiceS 4'J1 $1.00 up. Fruit trees and o'na-
It 4/7 all '" Lacy Con-way Greyhound 8644051 SlI2. 4tp :
) STILL. menIals container grown. 2
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Guaranteed WorkS or night 964-1044. Lacy
ILLEGAL 'on ti': MAINTAIN QUALITY. miles N. Lawtey, 301. Phone
Tlie following I I I..* .a llHt of ,- Reasonable Hates Conway Flying Service! tfchg FOR SaLE3 bedroom CB 782-3465.
"".lIlng l I I I'liu-pn. Clerk... and 11''I"r. I In- BRADFORDENGINEERING house on West Call Street. '
,. thiit have been sHeotfdby 4tchg 4'7
"] Phone 961-4821 PURE OIL COMPANYHas :
Contact N. B. Rosier. Ph. 964-
CO. I
... the llonnl l of County Com-
... mln.li.ner.. to hold the Pi-lnmiv Starke two bay service station J732 after 5. :Stchg: 4-7 PIANO WANTED upright
Election: of :May 3r For Person Persons in r..dn"1. Nn. City Hull' WAITRESS WANTED Apply
Any to Engage I. : Sts Paid training available
or P. O.Box 565 call
tawt.y. "Clerk Mr' .*. '%'. K BIG PLOT IN A SMALL' In person at Garden Restaurant FOR RENT Fun-lshed .< or
Minnllurolil 1 I Him: lu'... Hurl. TOWN No. 127-6 ACRES tfchg Call Travis Iaths! Jacksonville 100 inefficiency apartment. air 064-5095. Stat <*
4. Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless Moxl.-v.. MilfKlf, "No. Sue 2.. IteilillHtl.PiiMinit Kei'ri'atlon. 13200. There are 50 beailr.Rpecan : bath' 3SB-1331! tfchg mdition. Rcnner Armtmenls; FOR RENT: 2nd floor] offices

Huh, I.aWuiy----t'Ii'll" ..: C. F. gnr- trees here. plus other FOR RENT-4 rooms. FOR SALE or trade 3 bedroom Hpply 633 McMahoi'S. ft Ph corner' Call te Walnut Sts.,
fiuit and ample loom for gaidining. furnished apartment. Call frH-5742.(! tfchj:
CD house. Large family loom suitable for doctors lawyers
The Name Is =.c\--=: .. Property Is fenced on Call 9691185. tJchu closed ga:>age double] lot. Most titc. If Interested. Inquire at

Registered paved county road and In a SEE US for house or apartment desirable location. M. A. WILLY will paint your signs. Bullington's 4tch!' 4'14'
ITSICustom small town: mall delivery and St. Phone Professional and at commercial
Desirable location: Easy Payne. 204 S. Glenn
II school] bus routes to serve! you. I WAITRESS and Curb girls
12Wides.\ terms. W. H. Nollman 510 N. 904-2701 until 4:30: p. m. 964- prices. Call 964-7774
Read This Florida Law Colonial: style horns! of 7 Cherry St. tfrhn> 6792 after 5 and on weekends i 4tp 46 mornings and evenings no
: rooms features long screened I tfchg!! experience needed.! Lie's Drive
.. !Mad porch 3 bedrooms bath :S CALVIN STARLING plumb-I In Itihg: 32t'
BIG SAVINGS used- _
-. For Florida" Living fneplaces. some tile flcorlngLutnne Ing repair Phone 964-C311 17 on
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Elec. Ranges Automatic WAITRESS experience
heat electricity phoiv" experience tfcha
p years
"H shall be unlawful fur any person or persona as defined ........ to YOU Get t More 6-car garage. Also] a 2-ca. Beauty Operator Washers and Refrigerators helpful apply) from 2 to 4 p.

: engage in business as' herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined ForYour$1 shelter: and storage !building": ANNA S. JAMES Secretary at Your FIRESTONE ''m. for Interview Trail Restaurant -

:. without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered wtth the No Salaried Commissioned I City water for property. Owner REAL; ESTATE BROKER White HousekeeperBaby :' STORE.FOR 1! lawtey 2tchg 4'7:
or now wants a sma'er!' place' Reg. Resident :Many Years Sitters ,,
:: Ierk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business NICE AREA TO BUILD
<: Employee sells for $13200 ant 29 percent Keystone Height.: Come in and re "Mer now.We I I No. 273-ABOUT 15 ACRESI -
: .ta. wifli shall consist of filing wlLh the clerk aforesaid an IfMattt down. SALE Large 800'" I
: registration DAD & BRAD LARSEN State Road 21 No. may have a job you house! 3 small lots together $4500. There Is paved high-

:. si!>rr d by all Interested persons, stating under oath the names oi LIKE TO WORK I 2117 STIIOUT N. Temple REALTY Ave. Near Tower want. Close to town. Located at 403 \ay frontage for this tra.t

:. Ul I thu e interested: in the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest [EU. S. 301] Telephone .173-4 331 CentralEmployment S. Cherry St. or phone M4.I near town. and also railroad

t, of each. and the fictitious name under which said business. la carried YOU Benefit! I Phone 9613491. Starke:; 2tp 47WAITRESS I 3782. 3t;? tWILL for frontaze.$4300; Lots price of and possibilities$1350

on. Said registration: may not'be made until the person or persons desiring Experience i ilelpful. !SERVICE C e>wn.

::- to engage in business tinder a fictitious name shall have advertised his or All Sizes on Display WALKER'S SHELl.SEIt'iCE : Apply from 2 to 4 p 419! Center 969-3141 home. keep Phone small 954.1384.: child In my WE HAVE OTHER PROPERTIES .

: their! Intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four 8.10.12' WIdes AND m. for interview. Trail Rest FOR RENT 2 bedroom i]I I I 2tp 414' TELL US WHAT
1 Baths
,.... / aurant. Lawtey 2tchg 47 YOU WAr.'TISTROUT!
((4)) consecutive week in some newspaper as defined by law In the county and Expandables COMPLETEAUTOMOTIVE house 381 Weldon St. Newly REAlTY

::' where said registration is to be made, and aM registration shall not be : EASTER SKATING HOP at decorated. Blinds space hot water heater FOR SALE Marigold ano 2117 N. Temple Ave.
gas stove and Tcmato plants. Hybrid vunty
[CU. S.
Sot
::. accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except. upon receiving: proof .f New and Used GARAGE \ Fun Spot Sat. Apr. 9th 2 p heater furnished one block Mrs. W. A. Stern phone 984- Phone 984-3191. ] Starke

:: such publication. 11U. till 10:30: p. m Adm 50c from school.! Phone 964-0334 3531. Itchg
Hercules Tire' kates Included Featuring an
8Yr. financing availableUse or 9 -I.U62.W .
... New Used Recaps! taster: egg hunt. Com. one. Lake Home
ome all, fun and P'l'es. & H professional storj and WILL MOW LAWNS. Phone

!H f you are engaged in business under any name chase Our Plan Rental-Pur-Payments 135 E. Madison Ztchs! 47 office cleaning. Call 9647774.4tp 46. 964-3054. 3tp 421' LAKE BEDFORD


Under $:>0 Per Month Phone 961-8551 I SINGER AUTOMATIC: -100'X1Si.1 WAITRESS B & O Truck I Hou.10 .room... S bath plus CB guest
had ] gas hot water
other than your own, and have not this name LOT FOR SALE -Nice residential I! CONSOLE: MODEL LOT FOR SALE Stop. Apply In person \c. : beaten! ga stove electric
machine 7i"s Crystal Lake Homesltes. Lake I afternoon anytime after 3.
Dewing: Zig : stove gas spare heater.Large .
section! 128 1842.
NOW'Mobile x tllnd! Ktlt heJ. buttonT.s. piivlleges. SI.000 ca-h Pined ,, ltehgI concrete patio. Beautiful
will be 600. S. Parker St. Call OCP- I I
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advertised and
". properly registered, we 3701. trclig rlecorates. etc. Orlslnal: pri c lend. Eva Feagle. phone: 969- I Ii sloping lake front lot

''5300. Has a balance $68. 01tllable II 2411. 4tp 421 I i HOUSE FOR SALE-2 year 1 1i with tiuire oaks.. $3,000

Home SitesAVAILABLE '- RELIBLEfS; OR \VOMA: : party In this are, cin
: glad to give you all necessary Information as tot I To take over Watkins Rout : assume $:! weekly payment I FOR SALE-2 bedroom block: I Air condition plus built-in I Saturday Write: P. O. Box

;. in Staike. Good for up; to $05 WIlL TAKE OLDZR MACHINE house. Phone 964-1123.: 2tp 43 Call 969-3701. t'chs", 363. Moorlenny or Phone
IN TRADE. Phono' I A L 9-4293 after 6 .
Full Lake Privileges p.m.EMPWYMT
veekly to start. No investm"n'Set
what you should do. Homestead Exempt- your own hours. Pennan COLLECT Jacksonville 351- TWO BEDROOM Blor'-c I BY OWNER.-1963 Falcon 4( 1 1I OPPORTUNITY .

t Financing ent opportunity. Full or p.-?rttime. 1946. Asic for Credit MnnapcrWill !! I House For Sae! or Rent. 632 I dr station wagon. Ex, Cond Need aggressive
I
...... Write! C. R. Ruble. DF*.. deliver no obligation. Pinewood Drive. Rent 850 $995.00 will trade. 1959 c.Hze young man 21-35 years oil:! to

P. Lake Geneva A-l Box No. 2147 Mem phi' I Il1'hg'I'I Sale terms reasonable. E. N l'a: ton Pick-up 8 ft. Stake work In Farm Supply Store.

Tennessee 38102. 2tp 4'14 Osborne Tel. 96 -6601. side body $595. Will trade Farm background required!
', FOR SALE- Wooden Offlre. Phone 473-4708 Keystone
I 4to 4'8: and
some college desired. Good
Trailer Sales FREE with new LawnMower Desk. $13.00 See at Soitfhe-n Hgts. after 7 p. m. Ur! benefits und advancement for
I
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i Discount Company 116 N.
: 1936 Pontiac Chief house right person. Contact Mr
i -2 gal. gas can I'
r" On Route 100 One Mile SE I I & visual oil R'Ual'e-At Walnut Street. ItlIa'i'i trailer 43 ft. 2 bedrooms! bath WANT TO SELL-Baby lUnw OeM Sumner. Mar.arc.-' .
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... i Keystone Ilelpht furnished $350.00. Can v> seen Used once good condition. Farmer Mutual\ Excla"I \&,*.
.... (Then Sun & Kveninga your FIRESTONE Store FOR R11Furnished upstairs after 5 evenings and all day Bassinet $5. Wilker $1.50; car Starke. Fla. Phone 669-1831.

fl' I .- i apartment to cotipi) -' Sat at Hill's Garage Keystone : bed $2: Infant seat $350. (Call I '"We
}i --. =>T. _____-_______-____________ .___' 400 South Water St. Hens:. Heights. Up 969-3701 tfch* employer are "an equal opportunity ItchjrPGF.


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!'IT.\UIU i:. FIXHCIIM Tiiritsnxv.riiii.. 7. IlItOfI;<(
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:' ,.. .. :..1 BHS Junior HiKEY "vii: to cliicomaioven ..
..1: ''.'.' '' """ .I '" .11[ } :. : I hclj; ''II. | tor being away from his clas.I -
'.'it' .", :t"r< I. If: (> ea,1011111 ".skirpt1l! : '. The child on ttsc:: othel

,4 \". ', \ a in rate, we do nut (."...rlOI''u hand, Is well aware of his

+ "! ta < : irr practice.\ i I hereabouts Unless one .nim
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Bradford Fair's Fame Spreading .: -:- : i \HHtKSIJ STI'I TfVIE% other I! discover th.t t : ken
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The piPieiit >che'luli1lo"< | habitual skipping m ;' jccoir.i-

s i) 4 rot Inolude: a',iosputcl stu- i, tlc rule Instead of '11rI'P'I <

Bradford County's Fair and Strawberry better quality I !and the! larger number! (Ilut.s.V: ,' have( no iiruvivlun | ton for\ a large/ rvmi'vr: II"

l-t-dti\ul had it made ox extuous, both coinmercitil unit euucational. C\ (for this vioup, in term t.f r .tak-! .students.

murM-d ills them home in 1 h' "ILl'"- tht ''til 1
Ihereviis : upgrading We realize that
If any doubt ever existed: as to the nuon. This ;pose a ,Drool.'in\ a.
of exhibits! this year, iiiui almost I.1! clod Is only one way t'. u''-li
ultmuiic success>:I of this venture lu tWCC..II : to vie for the at- .4 lo which: form of ill- ,/.r.: (? I' .-..1).e the problem. W-j '<. .*\ .
100 were on display tsy k apply to their! PT.Uti: r.-c
event should
certainly 1 prove '.111 work for most stu-iiw-"
that Bradford tention of I the tmnisamls of spectators. '.lost! t aen"'rally! uli-.i ilip: p.i.euts .,
County's lair id hereto lid with support ot rhc pl.iti
who tiled through' the fiiirjjrouiuU during of thpsi-! yount.-, cl., II" t : "
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stay and has already taken its om parents It !shod. I ue i nffertive
'.I 111 ri-ition[ ) 1 rsr.tiA ; (1'Il1t'I' .
the Ion
contacted and
place in the front rank of fairs and ; the four day::!. IH'W i'I.I" t.H... '*'., ,iurs | : -.1. an I weapon :I.. out
I .. i tear; ,,',' deN'JI',be' innur.I'I:> 11.- p rscnalJIIK .
festivals in this section of Florida. There was more community participation : 'vI l lui.s I been" i '..1)1.-11" i i ,hl,1 I lion IM most eocpr. I if.-: ,u: d
I '! .'unlor Ilij'li:: Soh.Dl\ ': N-ant .
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in this year's Fiiir than ever ffcctlve.
Thanks to tine cooperation of the \ .{ every' afternoon nt a i't:) arm;; ': HKillT POINT: for the
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before, and more cooperation from nilSOUl'ce The school skip;, |iuitveiybodv
now a media in surrounding towns and : ," 't fr ; ends at 4:20: Only 1 I iw cent tiny Jim 1\rite. ('nnie In and
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In nn cir' .I i i si i il.'Ositlun
determined effort to
in a ; '. ...... I less than 101 of tin1.t'iilen', '. .It..t' f.ivi.rltn :
CHIOS! word of our lair is beginning ; : ; ... 1'11"111. a--! ) II... your I KSTEItIUCOOK -
make the I960 edition I the best ever.That '.
to spread with the result,; tout this: J .' "I ate classified as eP'w') u- : 'U'li' rlilltl!, : .11, c'l, '1' JJ J\' fountain |I..-.1). TKIKiIC -

year for the first time substantial these!:! effort' produced 1'1''II It" : :':: pers. Ncveitheless! up i.- : I t'i.1': I s 11)1)1 1 .I- .1lnl 'J 1. '. .I n ( I XI'll.

numbers visitors,; were brought here is shown where it c'JUntlthe most- : jr.

from Jacksonville St Augustine, Gainesville in gate receiptsrind it is (cortiin.: I / ; ,,'7"} .: <,. ; WANT TO KNOW HOW TO

Lake City undo other towns when the fimil tabulation I is made, that / ,4J '. .;;4.. : '. 1j".I /

and cities in a 50-mile radius. Even this: year's Fair will prove to l he the '. .. .; .;' BUY A NEW 1966 CAR

local business people have begun to moOt profitable ever held. and /a sub t( -0' !, .: ;
'. .tt..tt.0'
notice the influx and several remarked stantial' \ reduction can !he made in the t RIGHT NOW

that they felt the impact of the Fair Association's! indebtedness.It 1 :

xi si!tor* on their cash registers during. \ .AND EVEN SAVE ON
has been estimated that :::;).OUO '
Fair Week.The / I
THE OVER-ALL COST ?
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people!:! passed through the Fair gates .

outstanding: success of this during the fUll I'-day period. Not all "

year's Fair is attributed largely. to of these were paid admissions( of .'.. '.. -I'' "j """y-...............0..,,. .,..<_'.\ ',,.'."....!.',
aft
good advance jubHcityjtlcqUacatbj)! i ( : ; : .<.: course and !some were "repeaters"but .. .,. ::1:.

conditions-for once no rain !-and a that's a lot of people to visit any !

fine of special event that t The Easter Parade
program event-esperiullv: ) in a county of about '
w'
drew cllpncitcrowlliJ to the new show- 13,000 population.A ;f ,

arena for the bcau.t-pagl.'ant. talent ,

show. Horse Frolics, and other !special! lot of hard work went into the of this week.: i

events. There! was! never a dull mo- 1966 production of our Fair and Strawberry / Muss' ri-unces... Lott a I>tU' : > r iI I ir)4 iy
cut lit St. Vincent Hospital:
ment-and the public loved it! Festival, and to all who had apart 'I'a.'INllIJ1'{ her iviients::\ w NEWS And NOTESFor ;

in this cooperative effort we :-111\'. .
Another and Mis. F. P. Lott ovci Ui.epkend. : .
factor the
contributing to "Congratulations for a job well done !" \\ Today's Homemakers
success of last' week's Fair was the
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!rs. Fred Towncpnl i 0, '.-11-
.irclinn BenchMteci! h''r.1 I- By Martha Sue McCainCounh'

l 1\1' Bud ''j'otlier-in-la\v\ ivii, I

I, Funeral Services sad ;Mr?. Jcfl Baker, for th I ; Extension
Farmer's DiaryBy ,t-lkelld Home Economics Agent

Held .... ... .
\ SaturdayFor :Mrs Lois Hughes' of Oc.ili'' '- -- -

Sam McGarvey l I' -nt Sunday with her -! <..
E. C. Long ud bro".ier-in-la\v" '! an.. i X'ITIVG( t'oi.oit I. t",1alul'(' .
\; sl.ltr "(; r.\suiov-. I JtttVBEIiIYI'IttSF.ft1'FS' : :
f livestock bl bte'l I on II S11.t'ns :- 'frs' V. J. slndc ,
tne i T I u. vlidn I! .\C' "I'H'i'l' ( 'IVl'S I / : : :!\
the For tnctlnrr, Mrs. Emma Ro! .en I
net.
I! Info I Eugene; Clark Lo.i. 30. a bi .md frc dom i.' i luor' Use only fresh picked! | bpr
i i-itlivi: her" mother Mrs: Nn! > )
">hen, Doyle Conner was giving resident ol Staike si-i-c, 191.: .) ; intin! :. Spilii1! (.iil'rs' i till: .IPS VVn -h. rao and drai w'.?i'I.
"jiinKOn: on SundavMr.
the dedicatory 'nrirc. : ttkd Thursday. MIUY.I: 31 Inftlarke ..,dlnlr| with II civ.i i "|PHliofuslon ; > I.To, 5 cups bcriljndd: 2
'' and :\1\ ... Dey, Mt-11f'11:111
1'hunch of' roosters 1 1i r'lr'ee l o Ir i '
hoWtal after 'j "X- '.ilrttrnns. La'
of PIIIP : I' lid) CHIP half cups! unr
ivowln, : and puncf.nt.'is fvcomml'sloner's !ended Illness : nnivjuncp: the birth ori '.";r vlbl'a nl. RII.I I'-nwhud\ snottily, one-half. day: 11 lI1a'' > i a I

remark.: Ar.f I Mr Lon wns born l.i. ':utu, i daughter. Teresa Ann .on rolors lire coiubiiipd\ inul con- (IIII iot'. Stir once, or f.x r'..

rhea lariat the bemrcon- lert Oa. on July 15. J 1183! Hr! Mir' 22 in the Univcisity :11 lll >ted :n.s rrflpc'ed i't n .0.' ..- 2 Plnce on heat an'! ('0' I Iu'.itll ct % I
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capital in Qnlne"'VlieChnrl .
tract; when the emcer ws- fanned: In the Brooljpsection;: Viisni.! Th" sun"'rrni'l ;-,,1..1' : berry luke Is >''Ctthltk
The berry grower are busy making with the Joke', a rointerrupted -\ ;3 flees of F.nnt rays
for many: vef rs. and arts late fmd eontiastg Pm'InLi'aal.' : ., 220 dt'tirces on a-"unlv w >I RArrlV ?' Ylra'I' (,
the !me-a.'IJ\L4 ll.ie staving with his i tint and
proverbial
n> the '
pnucn \ra-3\ of the WPA I I\VuiKj Pro with the bnby pnMc'' v hlc-.. Icily thprmompter i
this week the ,ii'ctc :'.I\'. and Mis Olena M'--[ Just in and about of
luper-haner as with a loud "moo! liKir.dforfl ,, come see us one
.ess A'lmlnlstrnlionl HIP' asi! ) In the K i-'. > liaprlnK 3. Take from heat P.,.. on'-e
nt peak, tuicl, cI i w 4 '..itoshMr'
( Is a
cr fro
p 1 County *"\! mt th' '::. The pHitcU 5. 1' part und cover with a tlisht ii.-;. Let BEST-BET BANK AUTO LOANS I
plantings/ are )'ifldlnJ'! : tt-eLate 1 *Sam( C""IH In ff' n lit of Roosevelt ndmlnlstra". Mi : and 'Mrs Tracy lo.ivs: I u illl they hold! the .... .,0.1'< d. .'': nod overiiluht' Thiiplumps" our popular
of about 100 IKU every kid'1'1! f"vearlr lid. family have pnrclaed l Ih.'calelt .
'tood-nat.llrl'd : :
later emnlo.:"'1 I ir;
fv: ni was eelue.Both' color) ext t VOIP' w'lL' 1 the berrlps
other day. All of -wnlili:: meaty' .'>or hU Scotrh l brnaet ot the Florida( State Fri >n ill;.' \1 Bmnnon home' and I in this qmini'i\ r fi ,t1',;' 4. After "pluinpliir.: rehea'u :.
scramble" to net the Iri'it' a toll tRn no ed In over the eeken1.Mr. FLQFr
a pmnd.e' from his retirement tlt- In .
after .e v.-nrrirobP. Trims, nic ii <\ evlenstvely. : simmering! I 118J doc ran i
from the plant to the iiirk'-- which] h only o-i extrappcial ) 'and M.'i! J n. Aclktn.Ubrntel \
WPBI-II Ins -)errr( fv, ,
1 became bullcllnj : Qjr.ds ot MI:miIUii'flounces I and pack hot Into rt-RJLt:::
\ Kith often la easier ald than occisfons. II c.:1 abs: a '!1-p of 6tark' < 'mo.i-i' I I-: their 40tl'! wecl: ins ... .
City urns. en'lrt' "ruffles ''ud I N'- ;Hers. Soul at once. .,
done. tartaric\ < amount '(If rr4 \II\ itt that ca,ncltv: until hN' dcgt tiUP :,uiiilve' Bury on Apiil ,2: Mr IlInd.v ndd pun.'tuat'on 3. Cooking berries !Iii S..M', I'NtK'fr.t.I ;st:4Je? : : "" '
ardor scheme. but 1'1"1'Ol'' \ Mid Mrs Adkiiis and\ \11'. :iuijJlrs. j ,
member of the Bip- "kiilikorv .
was: =T f to fo- hlol11J.j! ra mounts yield a be'fe.: |.r-- _
Aside from the priceu winch! neverexpect a rac: that t Church' and the Manoni' II '\T. PI'If'trr: or Patti:
Jot : I I.'i most II tt. ''I'tjon wrve.Plrnse.
have fluctuated:: the picture. la frollca around\ In kilts to we u unit the div in St. ,Auti'i-i'm"
Suchrowers' CTder.Suivjvlna. .r. r chitin) Spa t '1'11. hat I'ud': pi'ri. contact th" C."nl\ One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
fcdod. it OaccvCarter. funeral colors. widow' K Aflklns ircfnt'vff> -
) ore his 'i.To cifHlP an1..1.\ t.attolrlfavor : tension! Home K'onomiiC : .
Doyle StflVilng.": an. rrted! hi.s !sand hh 'duy! vita !
Mrs LoU Wchunt Lfiis. "IctBrke. ; : li v frogs\ ani I CMnecJjiills '*ire for IJpaflut. Member
J. R. Wainwright: '!atl'w AttaIn thli ycnr the I"I'dwd.! d.unhtcJlrs" i final) fninliv dinner l > Strawbiry Federal Deposit; Insurance Corp.
two ; } and: ( use co ';I.IMI: end!! RecifeBox, :2rf: :. Stark
: !
thPlr liars look good aM :l..iitcrl I Mr and Mr.. Chnilev, HIII'
plant oart of the event was Edwar.'s ol ;Sttrw: : : T.Hte
I3fttynn !lu.ldn to < zlnuy.\ colorfulllies Phone !nfi4-286'5.J : i
that the. timing th':& season to rl-es.:: and with all: 'oall- and Miss ;Martha IoU'." Lon_ iH son hilly munch W H. Itttt'of { !
has been about perfect[ : chance' elimlnted. Oilnir'o' tho clliiu"
Just *d of > wcte!
r "pames of Jjcksonvllle: two nor"Robeit "'.\\ \OIT' \'I\\'r.n. : THISQ -.'
thrrc! was a grind' wnon. C. I on". iM.mhu' "iiest'i' Sptutdny. of :Mr.:\ and! Thocl-irkrr: alt.- ''item' t thI'tlpi

But the blJI.ne '.; .Is 1 tno: Tne atmosphere. Ari, '(lid u. (ts.: and Oe-ip Loner U.-ic'toril! Win. M t. \Vntler"on.Mr. 'I It la lor you. True 1)lFalse'

lair which. was by faIM be*' 'hat the carnival pOT.lf *TV; County Tax ACt -.-. &-.".. I f and Mrs. DwlM, : :,- !
about .". for I'r i hone and sons! ]Uinnlc 1I:-.'1
cat we've ever hpj 1 livt'.n! ery unhappy rke: two brotheHiv\ 0 I A F'als"" .

tcctton! It {got off to a fKiertart from the\ "sombll'! : "pmr I nag of Foil Plprpp' 1.1! :<:PI.- "Inrty pr.n'"Ionn, B"1"1! All (cihm:ii'-'l BO t. +it 0) i I">
Chiht 'hat tl" rake In mo.i ul i.h. <.i''ncome. 1, irnt. Faritt' 'rl.ly 11I"ht vltl'j! '
with the Rotary > ;>v tonof 1 akp V.'ilrAl" I Init of nil h'Pii'J' I I. pnr''M' .

I fll h fry. which went off, HVeI ';.iiivlvlir, : nr" el-lit: ''.' .II1Ir-I1I.1, "r-1: "ti'Mh'i"s'. | r nr"nts. Mr! (i lilt t ,.". 'I'1'o't' "h tillc." '.'",ri"," .
{I clockwork f about l.S.f'Dwrvpd ')teals I 'IIHIf, / : *. M f.. W" "'Hrr-on! nnl, $
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d' cn.Fnnrral l 1 nil-hnviit" pt o'u'ont Irn" :. .iilMPc '

( : Inside; of 33 r.rralcaE( !: But as tJVlO CJIl: !"" <.1.-1' 1.' <.en'lcp' l Phe'd! I run-lnv thp 'Valt".nll'1, : I of I the H vltnnilt.' : H'I' ;
M.ihon-'. .' I
I and ran_ _tbi::!iisli] Wli; } h2I""". !."Is d 1di'essrllrrttir I i Ir dote.nlned ,;t 2pm. Ssturdnv; Au'' :'J.! I 1.Pcv 1. .. \ i.ddPrt 1 I to( whltp ili ui' I I' "
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11' T'nv I.tvpll mil' f'liltl-p:' !.
|i' four days on.schedule. \ to unraIP< t.:. nrl !Mr nn'I Mrs. Ward vo
I 'his state, and onn of !II"! otM' W A. Hmnn u! I Ih. Fir In whole hi-.it\ : flour
I "no Is of Atr., n nrt11'; I I"I'f'1cll.1
I We'd like to spy novathouzli sass to do It Is to (" '!.'TIlna., !linpl>t Church and: C'nanr'ro FdirlHinirnt' I' p'l.np) of> .
i ; that the sticrr.sj 1Wu the! honkv.tonk clc.n"T. all ,('. mhtl' -IPr of t'i' rh.1hrlhll.in ( V.'iil"'crni>n th" >- In, 31): stntpntifl: xoliint: v "IU .j F '"
f .'Iro" IJP'MDIP PI'iphiatlin'nuhfpr \ \ .. .
mat.
Fair by no meant a
was ient' "I HI' !
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' clip" ramcs : Cliurrh oi ;i- :"Llw'T.I'I'rn"nt ., r'tllllsntlic' "r hut' 3Y1if
I I trr of lurk or cowl h rtu'e., It \ 'os In t tl!>.. fi.inii th..l i hilly\ L, 'Is-! pho.sp'ioroi'.s;, niulu..nli, ;
1'lhrl:1": nn-l I also! Mis.::\ Fall! I r
is true that the WPilhirmanlelented : .
.lot.p
:'ot In Crnsbv Lake C'wtornd"r ;1 I lost I hi ml Una whtti
and save in clew Just about evprybl ,!..t t I.' 1 btithr'ny.: 'rflri"J .
Iv
t direction of [>-V/.tt C;; '( i ithu1: rn' n > li
l-.lrs': for a change, out aside the fair till year: b.t:! .f V' 0110.1 Fnnnl Homo. Vlf." and Mis:\ A C t"!L, Jivl '' nAmes I an dip* d'l:k,ct tin

f-oin that. the event went oZf any chance you iii&.atl I U Actlvtpallbonrc's .;" Mel fiim'h' ol Mfltvll'p\ '.'n'' rca'l of yon: p'loir"' nti1' 'r-
well because of all tic! hardv -. thu luHnv' uc'-tM or :Mr and :M in mike a note to CO! "I ill! Ed'AU'ds.: OX.-T- IJtvidanforl >" It firL'"hl'c', ,i'i I di'ids '-
ork put Into It. mistake a 115 take !1,1 n-'X: .J cIa; .Ie : milk'i : '
J I'ckt! Ca' l.i, PII'I'Rm. : '!np'iilly PTII: a n '
>e r's. which they aJ'v: v/ill !bi: John fII: flu t'".1 J wJ; Vi'ltir, for" homecr m''I" ..1'IP I i '..hl,'" ad-Is, substtiiil.lally 'n.
"Young! A< (h" TlT.'niai paid "bl gel' and better tad: I ever '!'I awick Ha'il1't t CIlIr. ,'" "I'" I I"1- :
I
rpcrlal! tribute to Pot, Nuva:. i "l C Ball:. ltrs Burnham! .11.1' :

vho served as fair rr.ar-agtr.: ... ..................I 'cr rln-j-ilit-r-ln-law: S.mt, I Funeral Services i

for his untlrln efctts inputting Mrs. RinicellaServices .r". :Mnnd :lira. Woidro' For R. A. AndrewsAt : : _
*'|f-. nf OlnnriT: ;MIS. Cl
"Ppt >
the event ovc
oluntecred for the .lob. Ar"h Held UAfi1PTONI 'Tha-r. I ,i New River I I III 1'"n.rp, ; rl .C::pFRyM/;:;;, stnrdurd; mi/ity/ fuatuies,

g.ild., "nnd he. moi- tarn anv- .11. Dt! o"or/e' ( Rfhinp r" i itsin j I ;irl.llurJi"J! ft. but/ alai Lrw( seal belts, J';. L0,

one, el
.1 d l Saturday: mor.l.'. In n ;\ f'I'111I10.lwr t : and! \l1'R"clun r'd' I iiiitlvc! o! nndfo'-' : .
Job well dose: 'licit .................... .
aftc- :a I. <
hospital '
Starke i
,.r Cedar K"vs and Hev W rfcElroy : 11 I i J Thin r'' (iv :Mar, t 't< 1"Micelennv.

kirk' ll'ness. '>; and family of A'.swli-'! : ultc-: nn oxt-'iavd l
Naturally we got i blj : (" 1111.1 1 Mrs Harvnv
cut of the !'Ivestcx-k exhiblu: \fr""' Rinicella w Rs L'.rn u.Cnlcao. ; .nld3 of F'iU' : :Mi'li l were t t. t.a. 1'iress' : CHEVROLETS ALWAYS BEEN FAMOUS FOR SMOOTHING'OUT'ROUGH'ROADS'And >

Ill'' the way from the cut" llttl 111. on Aua 1:. !.874 Fuest of M''\ and :Mrs. R 11 1 ThPfa; will be a c'.lnred flint!. Mr And',8, !in n onDer. I

l lamb! up to the giant C iarolM !Sfre'! was a nr-mbc.' of ti! Parker on Sunday. 'I 'MI the llf. nf Daniel Mint .Hilt\ )|! I 19! 1890:> In nrcrlio'-J, of: : right now for a Double Dividend, you get a buy that'll smooth out.your budgetlCHEVROLET !

p bull entered bv Brvant Lutheran Church.! <." ;lrst fnr forty tire mln'ii' a Cruntv. and! was 'v ,1'1
:Mrs M-rJe Sin ieton! t \ '
tea: '!,if- H "1I"t"n nit tit\ Chri" Frank N an:11'1': :'
Ppdo>h. The cattle and: hogs Funeral IIl'rvlcesI'CI't : :hlMrrn of Ft. Mvcr. Is vi'ti-' }> : .i the late

ve'e: of an exppptional'y: nlh.tltnc'lu"d ::: tt 11 a. m. Monday In CI'" ty: Ina with nei mother :Mrs Ne.(l''I' nn. April 11 pt p-av i roes' ;:i'.i Hoberts Andiews. II. J ass a

and both 'al':! I30v"Frevatt lake Cemetery v l-'i Rev Johnson t-eij-one! is! Invited to nee It. toured produce bro! "nmembor j u i 1'iiy -lIlOsj.'hi}:!. hpHiitiful; f'hevrolelsh7i l ri'ncvtr '

and Bobby T.'t. ; Ta3- Robert Sesalskl.: pa1--! jf t.it, :Mi- Dates B:'k' I' of O'i, ilin-:t.I of the "1c'h ).::1..- !ht''n ba her! Kxpcn.si: far looks and

inr were pleMl'dth: \ th. ctepeiallon First; Lutheran Chuici of ,.1nTI': nn1 M1'Moi: '' el't'Bker New Corporations ((:'hiirph. luxury solid value features like Delculron'I '
: i Gainesville. offl.lal'ii( : D:- ,I I Kiirvhln'! pe t'j (Ji--l--i
\ received f.nm local : brakes
generator!: : sclt'-ncljMMinjj IMngic-Mirriirj
Ohio 0:1.1I I IM's.
of C'eland.: 1. : Chartered Here DOUBLE
a.ockmen. Watt C. Jones Funrrai, rion I I : Milton Mlvner and c'ul-' tcrs. IrJ W.HnrtiuM. ( ol II hni-h. Right now< you run lind just the color
charge of a I."..nc, '"1ami. nud M'S. Hour > Affelof
was In and l want and (Chevrolet
body style -
I ," you your
:fen were vl ltlnMr. a.; R..r..talv of .SiatTom ,
The only trouble ments. : I 14rr01. "ins onno.mcpd' theol1Rrterlnr '"tcnclcruldii'n.anJ, Fountain! Cltv. !Tnr or. 'i.rf ratrnndchlM five- DIVIDEND DAYS: !, dealer'.* making:. !it mighty i easT to.buy. See hi ml.

: '>?the! f"l1O\"II\1; .

Mona new corporations"ocletv \ : Funeral !'wivipe: ware heir1i.t I NO.1 1 BUYS NO.1 CARS [..... [ GMJ]

I P.I'ar'lorrl CnIll"' t Ttista'lral' 3 p. m. Silturd<.v. Ar>r. :? \ Now at your Chevrolet dealer's
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:; Inc. fllrMHirh\ 15I .
ulth Re-''. !HOD 1 >yrrt't o4wcft.'onvllle I
ESTABLISHED 1879 I I" Tli, von A VPWII. .t" '! ,
/: and Rev 'C'lflrl'yRpddlnsr !
Starke t Purposp/ : tine: offlcintl.u. Inter- I
PI'eKt'I'va-I'
K. L. MATTMIW EDITOR AND PU.Lt.NI':: lIon of the history ni"nt was In the chum! a-eme- i I II
r ford Count .Subscribers! ':! : -
FLORIDA'S' OLDICT WCIKLV NEWSPAPER Pu.u.Mto CON- Margie A1. DowllnOladvs Jf '' tery urfder'dlipcti-ln: of 1npWi.tC. : All kinds of good buS n"n' one pitiee: : :at your Chevrolet dealers' : Chevrolet t ChevellC ChevyTfCorvalf : C4irfe1

TINUOUU.V. UNDER THC SAM MASTHCAOPubki /';ver. nnd E. L. .l'.thews, ill ."Active Jones pallbfaiers Funeral HOIK'S were lie .....-..................... ... .. .. ,.....-.............................-.............-.......-....... ... .. ...............--.-.---------_-

f of Starke. phew of the dpcc'i-sctl 00 814i
.Mio EACH THUHCDAY AND EMTCMCD A. SECOND CLA.. MATTER AT TH* f'l'ontll'r| Corporation :

'. PouT OPFICC AT STAMKC. FLA. \\Jnotm ACT or MARCH S. t.7'. H N Temple Avr. Al fncorporatorn: 3.('ph'n L.

i' Authorlxod' stock : 1 000 :;\ 20I'1 Brfkvfth. K lth' D: Button, WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC

IN THE TRADE: AREA! ONT TEAR '3.M flUX MONTH J2.OC of pommon at lln rrr sh oral iuis,, c. Kultert.,,! all of ,

ntITSrDE! TRADK!! AREA ON1lJ TEAR Sinn SfX MOVTH" *7 2'" t-iifd n"rrii J JT: rjinT"< In, r9lti"-r!! nitd! HV "
Thorn "
: i tte. ; i' : : : M 1 "OJ if r III I I MM.: I t \ THONC!! ?M-39f": 1
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A V Match the prize is only one week old But just look at : 't :;, f'
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Q1 JI 11 4 d k Mrs. B. T. Shaw of Jacksonville! (right) Doesn't she look !tit, > < 1' : ;,..

.r.rL U'e Lk 1 --. like she just won a 3.1 carat diamond ring? Well she did ':'(. '1> _

1 and she's not the only one! So did Mrs. Martha Deal of / ', k '!oP :, ;"P'h""I J '

: Perry, Fla. and Mary Sponenburgh of Orlando. And ).

1 p1)) I that's not all! So far we've given away, watches, televisions I J f'..::.;< .,,> ..., :: ;/ r pji l. ;"';<;'
+'3
v ; warming trays, plus hundreds of other valuable : ,X"' '_;" i > .' ::8""r;,,:'":
prizes! '; : !' ..' ,
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Cross Seeks L -c.: DON'T BE LEFTS OUT! : J> ,


Dist. 5 PostSen. +na Cac ToGo,.. FawGoos4 ft; >T t4 ENTER TODAY AT YOUR NEAREST WINN-DIXIE 'N ,


.1, Emory (Red) Crossof
UrtesviJle, n 14-year vc.l.
e." n of the Florid LeRlsla- .
ROBIN HOOD PLAIN' OR
ture 'mnounred this week: for !
ors> 01 1 tin- four Semite heatut ; t
> m the i,I counties comprlaitg ) -
the Se<'oncr< Corgreselanal
A tsti At"u the('t. recent special session s. 10 flour 5 'IB.G49 YOUR CHOICE! .

on reapportionment Crossjought l
bitterly against requiring
the four nators to run B L EA C H
., huge in the" huge 21-coun- BETTY CROCKER DARK CHOC.. FUDGE,, MARBLE, WHITE, BUTTER BRICKLE, GERMAN ( (
t. diatilct. He sought to have CHOCOLATE BUTTER PECAN FOOD LAYER
>tu distrU-t tI Utiiled Into sub _... Gal. ARROW Gal. CLOROX ,.
district" each with. Its own .

Hi-nut, Tin' |people of thin Import ANMD
mbly luge,: distiUt deserve a Cake 3 FOR $100
*e toi 11'om us clone to ca11"I 1 IX
their homes", m possible,'"
Sen Groan sold in his forma:
r. in<>uni>enipnt, "l'Ind' 1C I am
DELMONTE LIGHT MEAT NO.
II c hems
to 'that Sen-slot end..Johns, on the other .
hand," Cross continue! PLASTIC BOTTLES
was u leader In lumping all Tuna Fish 3 $100KLEENEX
FOR
the counties Into one dtatric
und If he> la re-elected., he will
have ro C'hoice---.ba\ on hi T
recordbut to continue the
district as it U."
Cross said It is "virtually,

men impossible to run lit to 131111 get; in qualified such a t
huge district, for a position, ;

thai backed pays artvnntago by BO special little: to, thUd Interests candidate givingthe ; DESIGN I DELMONTE SPECIALS! I ITOWELS

'I tried over and over again

In, slim the recent tu. subdivide icappurUonnient thin, enormous [ Iv
area In order that the 1-LB. DELMONTB #303 CAN DELMONTE CR. STYLE OP CUTCorn

|'opJo t ,Hi (''tv would to el...t have a State an oppor-Sent :
Uit fur u smaller d.stl ll let do* Prunes 3/1./ 3PACK
ei to home nnd'moid )responsible .
to the needs of a smaller ;:Trl.
area," Cross said. He believes
the Fedora 1 court would have 15-or. DELMONTE #303 CAN DELMONTE FRUIT

did approved. for other such diritilcts u plnn in, 'i.s KlorUU it- JUMBO tI Raisins 41./ Cocktail 4$1.t /

Cross pointed<: new SlnnteiII be comprised :I
of n great number of nc\v and *2Yi CAN DELMONTE SLI. #303 DELMONTE

!of Senate experience pointed Inpypeiienced, R(1 Peaches 41.// Beans :OED4ji.: /


i ,\' members from Central andS

Having itli Florid been i, member\ of ."".....". .."...-........- -- _- *303 CAN DELMONTE STEWED #'303 CAN DELMONTE CUT GREEN

l/1.unhittloes.Appi eLton would"pi.;atlo nntr stand, JH,Cross, on<.mtal Higher Jilsi said. Health record Rdu-that I: FREE BONUS VALUE 11 I fl Tomatoes 4/$1./ Beans 4/1./

''If'>
ni-compllslinipnt In
education, advancement nuppottfor of I HOUSEHOLD BRAND KITCHEN TOOLS or CUTLERY 8-oz. DELMONTE TOMATO 46-oz. DELMONTE Pineapple-Grapefruit
pi >K> mis fen- mental health
agriculture, and! welfare, the 1 1 THAT'S RIGHT GET ONE PIECE OF THIS LOVELY KITCHEN WARE OF EQUAL

sentiitlon tax cq'iitnble burden! distribution of, and labor, fair und,of u-pr business the TODAY VALUE!FREE WITH EACH PIECE YOU PURCHASE AT REGULAR LOW PRICE SHOP I S au 1 0/$1/ 1. Prink 4/1./

L_ GREEN.
:Sen.;: Cross Is n native of #303 CAN DELMONTE EARLY 12-oz. DELMONTE CHILI,
Gfofgiii: :\ and lived for several 16-oz THRIFTY MAID CRANBERRY
years g-racliilllln ire/ We"from: Florida tho Unlverlti before- CRACKIN' GOOD COOKIES 1 P eas 5/$1// S 4/$1/
OATMEAL i auce
Sauce SNAPS 29
in\ Business or Florida< Administration with degrees 2/391/ ,12'0', .

,,mil\ "LIl\\,>n After Assistant serving: blU'fi VANILLA WAFERS ,,2.,,, 29' #303 CAN DELMONTE 20-oz. BOTTLE DELMONTE
.. Attorney *2/ CAN THRIFTY MAID SWEET
U nei.4l' I in to Tallahassee OftlnesMlle: he where returned COCONUT- BARS ,?-
,hi IU13.utuifj,hi! He/Attorney pinitlced was ,elected t in law 1P-4S I Prose-,since and 'Taters.' firt BANAflfi! WAFERS :,,2.az: 29< pinacv h 6/$1/ Catsup 4/1./ 1

in 1912:: was elected to the
Housi" of Representatives
whore he served l three teems

tin It before[.Sen former in, his 19.18.Cross; election liorothy Is 'to married Huffmanof the Sp.n-to :;. ,(:"E') : ;. g er .i'1A L'

LIVI Oak Tlii'\' have two J
daughters and one son and reside !# ( '
in Gainesville> '

;. KCandie SNOWDRIFT


1 I tL.11 '.. < ) MARSHMALLOW mium s.ostlsx. SHORTENING
:"'J EGGS ; 29*
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L -t"v:: EASTER BASKET . 99* rC I
---.K 16-or. BRACH'S .
< 6_: JELLY BIRD EGGS 7 7 '. 29*
1 w -;. $$1 i 16-or.50LID 7 3-LB. '

3.ifi: .J.Y _1 CHOCOLATE EGGS ;., .. 69* CAN : ?
+'' ; &s""' 1 4 13-or. LARGESUPER

'''. BUNNY EGGS 98*


.. { 1 Q >: rfj/ FRUIT NUT EGGS . 49*
. 7'01 LARGEFOILED
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rTTTTTTTTYT TTTTTTTTTTLAVTEY
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 9TUWINM .
.DIXI* BTOHI*, INC.-COPVMIaHT-!.'. '
I HEISi'S HOW
+: Wit1 \

By: Enii B! nch>r4
TO PLAYPick fr
.6..6..6.The .
J r 'tin "
Just .
up your FREE "Match the PRIZE" 14_ collect \ WSCS met with, Ir3.Errest
Bailey at the pa+'.<\'.nage
LJ: N; ,ol) envelopes at the end of the check lane or Jt. ..!''' Thursday night of last wce.cMrs.

'ah Wjtffw I at the store manager's office. In each sealed ..1' tee l (;t and fight halves '. Bailey conducted the
study of the last chaptr of
envelope is half of picture of a valuable hr \.
win a a ip the!' book of Mark, and Mi'3.Bumgarner .

Le y prize. Save your half pictures. When you \k ; of any of the p \ the presented different a phas-filmhowtng OJ
collect both halves of any of the pictures f y, .
1'a )W st s l of the beginning or the'
... W.In.of I a prize you will win that prize. t: t> 1 of these l J' Church. The vice pi 'aidem.
Prizes A Mis. R. E. Lee presided over
Employees of end their immediate '' J. a : r
"' our company '1))! ; I the business session. IHirln t
K .,;9 families are not eligible : :.s, \ the social hour Mrs 'tllne'!'
I and you / that P. I nerved rehetanents.CHURCH .
Win No purchase Is necessary. I win!: SCHEDULES

rt Adults only please. ,.vt, '3e tJ.iJitfji' ;> School Grace Methodist, : Sunday
9:45.
r. 4 t" : Worship!: 11 a 'i
F !Ki0"' -,. ana 8 p. m, MYF 7 p. ni
E --_ Win at WINNDIXIElflj1 in.Wednesday Monday. Prayer Ciclo: 9 i..

First Baptist: Sunday
school 10 a. m. Worshli 11 a
m. and 8 pm., T:alninj
SAVI Union 7 p. ?m.Udweek:- snrv-!
Ices Wednesday 8 p. m.
Church of Ood: Sunday
BEEF SALE t-Vhoal 10 a. m.. Worsii.-l 11 a
i u m. and 7:30: ( p. m. YPE 7'30

SUNNYLAND SMOKED p.7:30.: n.., Midweek sei vices Friday

Hlghtland Baptist: Su..IIiY
U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF POT School 9:45: a. m. Worship! 11
a. m. and 7 p. m. PreY r erv.
i HAMS ices Wednesday; 7 p. m. Choir
Roast ", 69 bW practice Saturday 7 p *n.
I .
awtey Recreation N<*w.
The Little League cxppts 1 t.31fgln
Shank U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND Beef Boneless Full Cut Round I practice by April 13.
@ Starting date of the TArnei
Half 9,ill be the first week in May.
1 Steak LB. 98U. "Uui-SiwAtTfocafr Go,..Fot, Goo __ J team has started r>ract"ln! !
12-oz. COPELANDFranks and will play one night this
S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF CHUCK veek. Any; working men Inter-
LB.WHOLE crted in playing may contact
49* Mr. Magee or Spud Massey
OR BUTT HALF lb. 59' Steak 69' In the early future a softball -
team of girls ages U to
15 years will be organ:zed<
U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUND j 1 14-oz. BAG COPELAND HOT or MILD A softball team macM up of
High School boys betw'''u th'
ages of 15 ano 18 will soon ue:
Roast LB. 98 Sausage 59* organized Birthday .Party

Mrs. B. L. Wllklson gave a
party honoring her !'rant

'A JJL! SALE t tt.'tth aaughter birthday Debby Napier annlvrsirv.About on her.

24 little relative a.U
friends enjoyed play!''* to.
U. S. CHOICE LEG O' U. S. CHOICE LAMB SHOULDER gether. The traditional Mrth-
day cake with candles the
was
Grade "A" Dressed and Drawn renter of Interest an.1 I was: cUv
05 Ch 69 and served with other r''freah.ment.s. !' .
LB.
LamD LB. W-D BROAD BREASTED .
>> : OpS nirp! Debby receive mar.y'
gifts and a good time 'vaj:
U. S. CHOICE LAMB U, S. CHOICE? LAMB Loin; Chops $1.39 T Ib. RIB :gad by all

:DE591 TKRK1Y 5 Mrs latter George part Roberti of the sp"nt'he week!

Roast LB. 93 vlth at Mr.Jirksanille'and:/: Mrs. Earl Beach.:'! Roberts : -

Mr. and Mrs. Chaile S"lnliouse -
(?f Jackson!' uera

12-oz. PKG. FRIED FISH 2-LB. LOAF CHEF'S DELIGHT FROZEN Anders vIsiting) Mr. and.lu.:\ f). J.


Thick SUNNYLAND Sliced Cakes 31./ Cheese 59x 18-lbs. & UP Miss:n!, Mrs.lonlc Enza!: Monday.at George Gold Blanchard Head Tribe>njoved.3ranc.i: and:

LB. PKG. FRESH PERCH 2-LB. CUP SUPERBRAND COTTAGE LB. State Park on Tuesday of last

BACON Fillets 39 Cheese 55 vefc.Mr.., and Mrs. Gene Lee andon

2-lb. Pkg. John of Starke wen Sun
day dinner guest of Mr. wad
PALMETTO FARMS FIVE CUP DESSERT .
10-or. 45t PIMENTO 14-oz. CUP CRACKIN' GOOD CANNED Mrs.Mrs.Milo D. Smith R anj:! family!
Reddln.i vl.l'ed
T 39 r :her son, Raymond Rai.i',1'! ,

Cheese 69 Biscuits 6/49/ ..., $ MORTON (ALL 'XC"UCOU"EI) week.and family in Wlldwood la:it

I Mr. and Mrs. Watt.! :' S'rpurnd
SWEET JUICY, FLORIDA US. NO. 1 YELLOW I JtIJiJf P ] f>o' Dinners EA. 39/ Leslie spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Peal'Cd.
\\p
Oranges 5 1g, 39* Onions 3 lB. 291 ,. ''" )> l 16o:. PKG. TASTE 0' SEA PERCH The Duroc sow ented! In
BAG
BAG Bradford County "air by;,
Fillet 2/1./ Uavld Eunice wa*. j FRESH CRISP 2-LB. BAG FRENCH FRY O ., ONE OZEN GA' -'"r ''I Grand Champion. Good work(eij,
-orA'EGG. HOWARD JOHNSON CORNToastees Pavld.;
Asparagus LB. 29* Potatoes 3 BAGS $1 1. SUPERBRAND' -".... 41./ and Charles Mrs. T.Tatum W. ,Tatum son of M left:'.
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YOUNG TENDER o.ot. CAN ORANGE NIP FROZEN GRADE A FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE Monday for Port Bennl ig, Oa.where .

: Pole Beans 2 us. 39 Orange Drink 101/=1.JUICY 1. LARGE EGGS ALL Cr.FLAVORS Pies MORTON 3/'I./ Guard.training Mr. he and will Mrs.with! take Eugene the six National month Pearson -


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SUNK 1ST PAN-REDI' 100 free Stamp ((No coupon necessary) visited their wn-ln-law'

Lemons DOZ. 39 Fish: FINGERS 'KG. 59x $ MRS FILBERT'S WHIPPED Tom and daughter Tatum Jr.Mr. and Mrs

2 DOZE I Oleo 3 LB=. 99; overnight. ? Tueaday

j. CARTON (SALAD SIZE) FRESH 50 FREE STAMPS "."r. ALL FLAVORS SUPERBRAND 12.ct. DIXIE' DARLRoils" TWIN Brown & Serve McClellan Visiting Mr. and Mrs:- Bobby

Tomatoes 2/39/ Ice Cream 59 Bor-by's Brandmothcr this week(: veto A'r
2/49/
Hall, and Mr. and Mrs Clarence -
Rhoden of Jack onvlt1f'( .
Sunday visitors of Mr and
Mrs Truby L. Walnwrnht
were Mr. and Mrs. Jack "'''In'rlKht
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I : :!- f, 700 FREE STAMPS !II \\ and family of Way-
> (e'OM Oa. and Mr. a.11 Mrs
Ih. f: ,
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tT I"W" : I'mie Lee Wainwright anj

I t.4 .1y / ''l'; WHEN YOU CLIP! AND USE THE COUPONS BELOW:! on farrily:Saturday.of Tallahassee called

. MAINE IIUSSE1>! OK < :' j'i _..._.'__......__.... ..._N._... __..._.__...._.__.........._...__......._.. Mr.\ and Mrs" M. L. Turner

U. S. No. 1 f 't' < 'M;t.;: ;: ; r I EX"G spent hassee the where weekend they visited:! in! 'Talla thel"
: I I
a f .1J 1/ : II! 4 X., GREEN STAMPS 1 son-in-law and daughter Mr.
IDAHO BAKING 1 OMB aa ox and Mrs. Horace Cushin .
lIEX.TAA. a tlEX.--RA. / 1 l? tn I II I 141/ FORMULA* 40.POTATOES I da-ighters They also visited
I : : ::11 ; I ..r Cleaner II Mr. and Mrs. Mack Davis and
: :::;IIPP. 1 I : .I 1 I l CloooL'T"......w....... *17 I ch'ldren of Cl"awfordvllla.
; .. _.........._.......... .. ............__._.._-_. :..-......-........-..... Mr. and Mrs" Tommy Cooper
I pent the weekend 1 11 Jacksonville : -
EXTRA. I [ A I E TAA.oj7 > 1 with relative.

t/. GREEN_.. ...STAMPS__... : I, / !! I I, I I Jtti GREEN,,STAMPS: Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. Mrs.
f I I 0". .WI"'. IEXTR. I 'II' PUWCMAMI. OP 9t CO OH I Daisy. Bock and Lynn were<
PMCMIU a I I I, """E NALTN uo 1 v! !ting! Mr. and Mrs. Robert
I Turkey Roost I I Beauty. Aids. 1 Fir.ith! and family in! Jl1clconvJlle -
1 0 I ClOOO.. .TNRUArAIL...w,.......' .TH"'32 1 I! V' H3S / ,;; .; 0000.. .T..U... w...Area,,,, atier over the weekend.
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LB BAG b I xTRA. I ;-za'-r' 'I r .' !" I 1 7
I d7l. GREEN. _STAMPS, .. I I d'x GREEN STAMPS I I_ I 'It GREEN.STAMPS 1y. 1
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-Fli' ONE.S... mm.w 'w 0 Ner V I .[ ru.erA.a ur.'I 00 1 ti
1 o A'O e n I I. 0. 000" o
: v ,
, Ground Beef ? r :U.4/, Candy 1I
ArRIel'N
C'
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8:30: m. The winner' ot tho tion of r' ..- School 0:45: a. m Morning I.1IJRA BAPIIST KiNfssi.iv: I.AKI: nu'I-ISr Noitiiisini; : UAPTIST
p. a nerir.H' of lIlmlllated 7:30: p. m.: Including/ Si't'irduv.'
I NEWS I.awley-CJarden conte will crimes by the I studcnUi. In the ./\PIII 16 A dlflcreiii. minister Worship, 11 a. m Inlri'med- Sunday School. 9:45: a m Suncl.iy: School !0:43: u. m I' Located on Buy Iras 1tlg-
RECREATION I People's Morning Worship 11 I mrtt: Pest Control at 7 p. M mock trials that followed] the vlll preach: :! each nlglu ut 8:1.: lates and Young Morning :
T'mrwlny'! April 7. wlln th.I .' training InvestlKutlon: the I SPecIal: NtrliTs: music n'rl! sone"vcry Choir practice. 4:45: p. m Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m Trainlna Union, C:15: l 1) In. I I ISR Id( I I. Services: Sund.syiiuool.
Inner of that U> Youth Fellowship, 5:45.: Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Evening Worship, 7::30. Midweek : ::, 10 a. m Sunday!
\ game l meet student! w.'ic pxnmlnediul': :\ |\ ,i iseeie 1' night by voUo'i" -::'OUi))'.
TIKN: BOWlING shell seivii-p jumped In l.uiu 'ilic winner of the Noef.-1 v< couit rioin conditions| L\eryone is Invited lo all out Training Union 6:15.: WMU 7:30: p. m.-.Rev. Luthc: Mc' Prayer Service. Wcdiv MorniiiK Woibhip. 11 a, m.

Lenwit[ acUon in, 'Hi- l t'''(ci I l lv taklir': :3 ot( 4 from tttauiiTd p.ne Level at 8:10::( p. nVluirsday n, to pioi'edute.s' nst-d in /rollecllnn. 'I'vlccs.ItI'V E. L Oi tills.I Prayer Clicle 7.15: ]fcveninaWorship. ; : Gee pastor.luuKIlc. ..:.av, 7:30.: Choir Practice.. V:'.0p Training I UnIon. 6::30 I p ni.Kvenliiit .

Bowling loop SUM .tin :'IK'i icnarme I Da'bl'! Shop. Way" :..IGI for th6 TournamentWinner. picspivln! ; and Iclcnil I 1 u&tor 7:30Wednesday.: : BlIM'IST, ) in -Rev. Jim KlitdiJt' ), supply ) ; Seiviec.Seivice.7:30.: Wedno.i-MidWeek -

In the umlini, Hur.;l | Lcotl! p.ictnl Iliiint !lollins! nI fling evidence. : Piuyer and Sunday School lOa. pastor. Prayet
mMorning
Glenn] Law-
I
day 7:30.Rv.: !
I, 508 !series Paud McLejd: \ had : The regular season will\ te': HOLY W.IK: SUt\'I'IS: : Praise Service. 7'30: ) l p. m. Worship. 11 a. m r.oAriHt.UM \i"iis r .

:ith, same lot Hurst with n .irrieiviay! Monday niaht. 1 ST. EDWARD'S:; MFAKKK: Church Choir pinctlcp. 830.: Training Union 6:30 l.on. pastor.ARE
County To Get : p. m School ]10 m
*UtlDHW"HAI DV ARI AN* tUW* 11<1.) Denton Dcvoo was hla.ii April 11. with a double! h"t! >.dei' Holy Tburrclay. 6:30: p. niWrlemn .- Thursday! : Sunbeams Junior Evening Woishlp, 7:30. Prayer Sunday H .
i I'll'') :.hc livers with a 462& t.vl.I
I I Wi'!Il.s Electiic took 3 Railed: LITTLE LEAGUE AND Holy] Communion! Proees'loi 3:30: p. m Beitlnner Primary.and RA, GA, and Sunbeams every Training:: Union, 6.30: p. m

I 1 I I t. 'im Eludes*. knocklni! thi.a StilE RUTh BASEBALL Gold Key: award was 01 the Blessed Sacrament and Junior Choirs 4:30.A : other Thursday afternoon. Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer DESTROYING
1, ont of first place. Ro'ieit' ?'.',)!- RcaUtratlun for bof.i: Little presented to Brndforci Counu Meeting. Wednesdav.( 7-30:: ,
I II.elltue \ IMivatc adoration untU 9 p In.. place for all ages. Nursery I Rev. James Temple, pastor.! YOUR HOME?
I son was high for tlia ulnnoM / and Babe Ruth L' :aguuli at the Florida] Tnbtrculosl-] when the church! clobes Con provided. Rev. Folder L. Row p. In.Rev. R. E. Bergstrom.

with a 520 seiles. wh"o cte/o ; underway! : now at tlu "itarlw: I and Re&phatoiv' DISease Association's Icst-loiis 6 to 8:30 !p m, an pastor. m.I\N; BAPTIST [Brookcr] pactor. TREE

T.11- ,,'s 440 was high! lor the Recreation Center enc.i a'tPr- recognition! lunch- Good Filday Chuu-n di)- Sunday School] 10 a. m

I ]lowers non, until Saturday April 1(5.Koiiihtration ( eon at the Robe Meyer Hotel ens at 9 a. in Pilvatc anoi- PINE LEVEL BAPTIST :Morning: Worship 11 a. m. HEUI.MI B.tl'TI4l'Sunday ; INSPECTION

I Carps downed Winkle] : will close at noon In Jacksonville Ti IdayTlio lion of Blessed! Sacrament Sunday School 10 a. m Training Union. 7 p. m. EvenIng -' School ]10 u. mMeaning I

F.'el'tl'lL; 3 !names to 1 on tho ''In Siituiriav., April IBKISKK !. award was pieientjc'; until 6:30: p: m. Solemn, Good! MoRning Worship, 11 a. m. Service, 8 p. m Rev. ; Worship 11 a m.I ifa P itCwieA4.

ticni'th, of a big handicap:: ant'Baronra I : ;MOVIES U.i' Bindfoid Cnunt': out- lilday Lltursv.: 0'30: p. m Pre-Servlces, I Booster Band. Lacy Conway. pastor. ,;I Training Union. 6:30 p. m ..
; Masters 400 set Je- AT TEEN: TIME Evening Worship 7 30. :\..11\
standing achievement in th-' Reading of the Pp'Sion *cto'dlnj Young People and Prayer CHURCH OF GOD : -
..ell Pollard once nai-i was: Two big color ]lilts will be I I week Prayer Service. Wedn -
I recent Christmas Seal cam- oi ]
to John: Adoration Service), 6 p. m. Evening 123 N. St. ClaW St. Starke 961-3965
high for her team, uit.i! a 451 shown at Teen Times this paign which showed an Increase tile Cross and Holy Commjri-; Worship 7 p. m. Midweek Sunday School], 10 a. m.1,, day. 7:30: p. m-. Rev !n L 539 E. Can
Saturday night, continuous
; II'l'les.I of 24 per ccn over the ion. Service Wednesday. 7:30: p. Taggart pa.stoi
from 7 Admission Worship Services 11 a, m. and
is
High game for the e.-!.!i'"" p.m. .itvlous tars total I
( Italy St. William's. m.-Rev. D. L. Ramsey pas
I free and all teenagers are invited Saturday 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wedne.>day. U- -I
was Paul McLeod 199. R<>berl Phil Cronkhite. chairman o' tor.
KevMone
to attend. HelghU: 7:30: p. m. Prayer Mestlnsr.Fliday. !
Nelson with a 183 Wayne Me the campaign in Biadford That's Our Business
The movies will be "From Confessions 6 to 5:30 p. m CALVARY BAPTIST 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. 5'1 GLASS
Lead with -a 177 and Jenell County said this represene4a \ : St. Edwards Starke Confessions
The Earth to The Moon" with : Williams. pastor.PENTACOSTAI. .
Pollard with a 175. total] of $480 more than waa Sunday School 10 a. m
Joseph Cotton George Sand- 6:30: to 7:15: p. m. Easter I "If It's Glass!> !' We Have It"I
You leaned him your tool |uit Team Standing: [3 weeks 1 raised in the 1964 c mipalgn. Vigil Services, 7:30: m Morning Worship 11 n. m. HOLINESS
era and Debra Padgett and p.
S. yew wouldn't have to werkl" Hurst Shell. 8-4; Eagles. 7-;'): "The Hunchback of Notre; Blessing!' of Paschal fire. Pnc-/ Training Union 8:30: p mE.enlns Sunday School. 10 1m.. GALL WRITE: or VISIT

'. 7-5; Carps. 7-5; Wlnic- Dame" with Anthony Quinn chal Candle. Easter and Baptismal Service, 7:30. Prayer Morning Worship 11 a. m. FOR ANY GLASS: NEED

Hut I have to get (the ;Mir-; :tfl., 5-7; Bradford( TJarber; find Gina Lollobrigida. ] Water. Renewal of Meetlnjr Wednesday 7:30: p. Evangelistic Service, 7 p. m.ll1d..eek We Design Modern Store Fronts!

file Mat-lite Marlite 3 Shop 210.Schedule. CHURCHNEWS Baptismal! vows followed by m.Rev.. R. H. Butler. pastor. : Srrvlie. Tuesday. .*.
for next week Just Mail Us A Pattern 1.'DrSHEA'i
( solemn :Mass] m.Jack Mesuita
7:30
Beautiful Colors) Deputy Myrick AIRPARK BAPTIST : p. .

April 11Wlnklcr: I Easter Sunday: MassSt.. Sunday School. 9:41: a, m pastor. Tops
Elcc. vs Hurst ,
4x8 Sheets! Completes LawEnforcement I. Edwards: Stat'ke. 8 a. m. st
Shell Morning Worship. 11 a. m FIRST PRkSBVfhKIAN; ;,
Study I William's. Keystone HeU'hU.:: Evening Service! 7:30: p. m m.1 ::GLASS CO.
Bradford Barber Shop
l vs II 9:45
$13.95Matching Churches ,Are Invitee I !fl'15) a. m. St. Mary's. MJCclrnny. Wednce.sday Sunday School : a. I
I Prayer Meeting !
Elsies D pt Stole. 11
Morning Worship a. '
To List Their Scnedulcs 11 a. m ( INC.)
Wells] Elec. Inc Bradford County Deputy I 7:30: p. m. Training Union,
vs Carps (3;
Trim Available, : I In This Column Youth Fellowship, ( p. m'l
I I r-IFNS.: $OFTn.UL Robert Myrick gradated last FIRST IUTUOUIST.STRKE :: ) Filday., 7:30: p. m. -Rev. E. L. Choir Practice Thuisday. : 1313: N.W.1th IM., (:Jainesvillo.<< Fla. Phone FR2-"I3S3: :J
Filday from, the Floilda: Law SING:. AMI:. SUITEK?
n w AUTO SIPPI) V NCliIJI1DFPS TOURNAMENT; I GrUfls pastor. 1 pm. I I.
Enforcement Academy In Tal]
The Pre-Soason slngKj "!hrui-! AT A1KP1KK BF1J.r' Calendar for the wed::

nation touinament fr the lahassee.Myrlrk A Sing and Chlckei Supper Friday Good Friday Holy] I
successfully completed -
Men, Softball League got. und will be held at 7:30: p. m Saii.rday. Wee! service. 12 noon. I
H4ROW.iI AND SIJP'IYI >>way Tuesday nightAlth; training courses In the Apr 9, with sin" mu- I

301 t. CALl ST. !.avi.ley Recreation meeting use of:; forensics criminal and invrsl In conducting .Rations ; -- ':Ic Easter. Suiulsc. SeiVre: at 8) '45 Sunday a. m.-Morning Church Woishlp.U School) An investment in Your FutureRrlr : ;! k

Garden Restaurant at 7 i> m f:45: a. m. Sunday. April 10 ] a. m. Youth Choir practice: _


PHONE M4-5291"- I' I'ine and Noegel's Level]- Baptist Kolnj Church attains! at cram;: The. Included week ]long/ the training- Invesilco-ro- a litvlval. m: Services mreting each be night hr! dt .11.ttI 4 MYF.<1'30:p. .m.Easter 6 p.Snack m.Cantata.MYF Supper:IT.eetlnle.I 7-3J! )Jrv,; I I 17[f E (Ii{ ii r:* IMiULUMlLOOKING ( ([: :


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I :7 AREA BUSINESS DI ECI!!![ 3:15 owiihip ni house: Girl: of Troop Scout Hall Mrs.: meetings A.606 Troop F. Jh.J1s.:a'' In 605 4:30.Fel-:3 .p..t,, f fT r 'tr ., ffi


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___.__ I Troop Men's 607 at 5::30. :MeihodIct1,
Club
meeting ia FPllow-
I .-nlp Hall. 7pm. I' HER BEST FOR
ConditioningHeatingRUSS
Air I I ,\nIF.!; WEAR Oflice Kfiiipment| --1 Tuesday circle 4 meetsa ,

t r-omr of Mis W. E Middle '

Cherry's Hancock Office toil,, and Circle: 5 at ,.1.1'1'; ofMJS taster t I. a day of conquest..a day of new Itf..1 dayof
Aiithori7e Alrt .
Heating: lit Air "'!! Moot Fashionable] EQTII'MENTSmtthCoronaAutnonlaed$ : I l. ;Wesbyan 11. C. RUoh.Service both ot O'lllU 10: am beginning ...Thit i it the day that our Saviour arose in .

SHEET :-' Address For Ladles Dealer] meets! in Fellowship' Hill a1 mighty triumph over the grave. This i i. a day of joy... .
Residential (' : 7:30: niwith M.-, EiJon
-Industrial. DRESSESSUITSCOATSIU'TERNtTY Clary-Vll'tor-TolaUa p. I day to remember.. a day to attend servicesIn
I Ki.imons and MIs. A. U. HHI-
SWPK-'m.t wi m- : : WEARACCESSORIES Adding Machine. Calculator. I .cv as hostesses, the church that our Lord loved to much. but even
2702 NE. 10th\ SALES -SERVICE- RENTAL .'
Gainesville :l7? ') SAVE TL'\IF.-ds.euSil. your re Wecncsdav did'-' m '!ets though we all want to dress up and look .
at home. of Mr.P. W Strick
quirementa with all 11",&. I :
AUTO SAI.ES& : ; W Unlverwity Gainesville< 528 N. Main St.. Qaineavili.P land. Kinsley Lake. ]10) a. tn our best for this special day it it not i
S .. Circle 6. at home of :Mis Es-
i.ifl. 75..5I, .
the most for God ... -
important part. _, i v *
,on Joicl.i'i 10 a. m plmnryand
Barkley Motors !; lLF. hOMES; PAINT & GLASS Junior i Choir pmrtlcj! .::.::, doe. not look on outward ." '

S TRIUMPH :, If p. m. Prajer M.et'llg.:: 7 ,
MUSTANG .j>j> FIAT I ni'.
Liddell Paint &
HnXMAN Thursday Chancel Choir on the heart. '

\'OLVOS Homes, Inc. ,I Glass Co. rehcaisal: 7:30:: p! m -.#:

We Specialize < : Moon Pacemaker I'D
New ---
BALES & KYANIZE PAINTS FIRST U'TISr.. SIARKK; ,\\\N THF

Factory' Trained Skyline- Riviera Glass" Mirror SUdln floor Easter Sunday: Su.iday I. .. .
S Tub Enclosures 8bow School, b':45 a. tn Morning; q g. ,
!.. CLEAN USED Cavalier
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Cwpclla-- '
Door Wlndorws AwnlnX Woishlp, sermon "Thd I.t'lm : : :
1201 N. MAINOlne.vWe
payment) a* low as $100 Carpet Wallpaper Stor- Clubt." 11 a. m Training f..t .

I front Consultation. Union 6:43 )p. m. Iv: .lInp, 3 c :
N.W. 13th St.-441 North 116 NW SiXteenth St. Worship sermon "TnJ Cr....-s u 7 :

JEEP Gainesville 378-1346 OAINE3VILLE 372-*lel of Christ," a cantata bj.s":! i Q l '.. :;i.

r.gl3 of 4 Wheel familiar hymns to be preoenti'd ., .., I IS
.PET. SERVICE: .! by the Church ChoU. ,

: s RAl\I\ I Monday Youth fiol.prsctice. The (Chufch is r-od( oppointtd agency in this world 'u

America's Finest IRENE'S 7 p. m Execu'lvc (for ipiaodmj 'the knowledge of Hn loss for man and '
I Bicycle Shop
Sale aad Poodle Salon Board meeting, New f:1"'Jr: A... of Hit" demand for man 'to respond to 'that love b/ .

HONDA MOTORCYCLES iociation\ 8 p. m. loving his, neighbor. Without,' ,thus grounding in the :

S Ridgway \ Cushman A T*.P. SDueatlBSAZun&app-t-* rOOIH.K) GROOMING Tuesday Ida Djiby! Circle love of God, no government' or society or way of lift i.4.'F; .

1132 A Main A SPECIALTY: meets in reception rojni at will long persevere and 'the freedomt which we hold

-81, B & Servo Grooming and Supplies For Ire church, with Mis. !.. N so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore oven from\
toxrvflie 1'2-8<
I SCIfWTNN HICYOU23 All Breeds Pickering! : as hostess; i.ornaPpperson o selfish point of vi.w. on. should support' 'the Church

& Safe W.rk Toy Stud Service- Circle meeU with: for 'the lake of the welfare of himself and hit family *
B & G Motors
I Puppies Fer Bale Mis. L, A. Wynn. 2:33: n in i howeve' should .
'15 W. Unlrentty AT*.. hyond that every person uphold ,
S TADtLLAC.- latne.vllki ncIOTOHCY'I. -".. 620 S. Main .Junlor Choir piactlce; !3'in- end participate in 'the Church becaus it 'tills the 'truth .

BALES & I Ol\lnpoviI1p 372-nnnn ,iieamd. GA's. 4::30 p. ni Et.iei i about man's life d.n'h and destiny, 'the 'truth which Z

JI'tI..e Selection of .' : .. I PJ.A TINr. 11 VHH Circle and Browmco : Jane will, set him fru to live as i child of! Cad. 4 ,
Circle meet at th3 '
Taken On Cadillac
THECYCLE Ocala Chrome 1\0:: I p m.Wcdne6lay. cb'l"cn'l' c.l..'. 5'.. 5-... fS I
2001 N. W. 13th. 1..1"L Sunday A

rilOXE SHOP Plating, Inc. Workers meeting, V p. m.

I NORTON BULTACO Copper. NIc ll. Chromium! Prayer Meeting. 7pm. Adult i
Pinna Cuolr 8 I
.. practice. p. m.
DUCATI BRIDGESTONESMOTOKCYPLES Cadmium :M,t*l Finishing
S I Thursday Apr 14 VUlta-I
SAAB Huff
Custom Inn
.. thou 10 a. m and 7 p. in
BALKS ANt) ANTIQUE CLEANING -W A. Hogan "tur'l These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

.. C'omilrte Service & Part SILVER. BRASS COPPEEIndustrial
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CLKAN USED ; & Used machines In stork Hard' Chrome MADISON STReeT: I
Farmers Mutual 1 Koch
Easy Financing Terms CHURCH I Drug: Store Lawson Meat Market
1031 S. :Main 1538 NE 2nd Ave.. Ocala BAPTIST .
; ': Available Sunday services: Sunday Exchange I 10UU IIK.M/fll: IS I 01(]( 'U AM I" (COLD( STOUACKi ) :
Dial 2g81
rhone 378-2 1
S : 321 N.W. 8th Ave. .MAIN 'OM'nitV: \\ xp.'i lull/I ., III CIIHI| >III sl.iiiKlitrrIMK : -

5 Gainesville 378-3660 : K.-rrl-01(; | | ('iii 111111 t { A \\rn.lni|.| {-
Plastic Notebook S3 6/) *t thTELEGRAPH.
I I Equipment .
Tropical SIGNSWILLIAMS Poultry I'rrjMH'il" 1'01" I livi-p KrernI'llOM
I l'NI'O I Tl R ES-B.\TT KKI ES: : I.: iXil-HJMI!! !! I
Inc. Petroleum Product. SLADE GAS
: : : : I! -
Long Distance Moving Neon Signs, Inc. (' (i, "
TRUCK OMC !: : \&
: Local Drayage PLASTIC-"Sljrn tTp1fh-NP".oN"'Ullam SIGNS_" HOUSEHOLD Bradford Abstract Co. and Appliance Center \ ; \ '"

220 N.W. 8th Ave. : PISTS OF) STMJKE.: INC.: (
Sale -Service- MnlntenanceKroctlon.s
15S W. CALL STREETPh.
(Crating::
K'22MCRANE >K i I-iK-klns; DeWITT C. JONES
(I'.S. ::501) NORTHPh.
Alterations"Your
V D.f'_'" 961-BSS1 Starke, Ma..
ShippingHIKK Designs, :\ or Ours" Y U._.... "FITNKUAI.I I IIOMis( : I !HI-a;!) :jsoi)I SI a rho. I II,.
2Y20 N.K. 20th Way V U.........
Starke Ph. !9t)(ti I I- (lillfl< ()
CALL --
1IS<" )1-uV" -:MMRC' : KSTLVIATK3: namesvilla VD.... Edwards Grocery &
S Authorized Sales A : rays) 372-6OO6 Nlte-s 376-.V>6l c."" ... Keystone Hep/his Charley E. Johns

506 E. University HILL'S MOVING Mkt. Ph. I j-.vn-f.: : I

Phone 372.. .; ] TILES!; & PAINT Agency
? & Storage Inc. C!roceries-:Meal s-Feeds",
:Z:; Crane's Hurst Shell Service I 131: I :S. \\ulimr. I I'h| nill-IIMI,I )I
3.JIU* N.E. Waldo Rd. Tenney Tile & Paint (:ias: & Oil fast'Jc; : lN.Ih, !: \\.t:

:, Volvo FA] ( ..:\ Gainesville 372-4271 JOHNS-MANV1LLR; TILlI I Ph. 961-2182 Starke. Fla. cut! iirnsT >.il"oilHut. Nfth.iOIy| |.nhurley ....,.%.. I'i
a Vinyl Vinyl Asbestos-Asphalt Hwy. sot: ( & inn) ph. tii.KiiiLACY )(; < II.I: -lohn-t ..XgcneyWalker's

2201 N. Main : Floor Finishing Products Loudon's Merle Norman

Phone Moor Machines Gym Finish CONWAV Shell Service

Ml iM LIPHAM MUSICCo. 2222 N.W. 8th St. I rhone Cosmetic Studio & Ifeautv Shop American Service Station -

: AUTO SALVAGE Gainesville 37A-13O2 117 5. Thompson Ph. 9fI-I-SO"1 1 1t'rcules. TIre..l'ur t:,cry X..,'oJ l

; !.! ..II. I .! .. I Inc., TRAVEL 964-3965 If Your Hair Iin't Becomlnt; To and Bus Station .\u.ot.r.1'h'kor: "'.. Complcta

? Paul's Auto I You-Ion Should Br Coming To l'". l.tl\'V c"tl f-h'I" 1iI'r'li-e .\uiiui. 4furtreHM )
: 100 Fast: l h. S36-8.'Sl
VAL LIPIIAM I Instruction I'll. 96..1IH. ):
We Buy Wrecked C House of Travel, f'! ".
w TOP : : ORCHNS-iml'MS INC. I rlrld Starke "66" Service TORNADO SHOPtfflhuIeiuIiiul.
PARTS SERVICE CO.
MU Makes & Model Guitars and Amplifier AIRLINES'STKAXrSIHP'!
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Pezt BIIJ EmVAUDSBrake U..t.1/7.. and
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SHEET' MUSIC er>'lo.-.W h....-l KiiUnce. I/nm./ ('ooli..1 :\lp"l..
We
Service- R. R. ControlCHCMICAL : :N. Temple) A\enue
\ heel Allrnnient 136 E CAM. !ST.
find Any rrl for Hotels! Cur RentaIlS Ph. 9fi 1-7721 .
Your ,
Galnpnllle, Chopping Center I 617 N. Temple Ph. 904-8881 Pl1tr.'lre.redldp: )
Galnravllto 3415 W University Ave. su CO.

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-- \uitmu t'otrvTT TFU'imiPtt. (HTIRKIBBreakfast nmntJ.\ --. ...._- -_. -- -- --- ._ -_. ... _

\ !recording to nutiitlcmlsts with Extension; nutritionists say.I'iclu \/Ilia i ifI' mil and processing cvle., with entiv n' KM, iteri n< >m ooot
tht- Florida Aurlnriuru: : Ex- 'I I' : protiln" and vitamin :\ and :Mrs Bob Taylor ,Sin; .. '.ni' Batlnllon at tnr .Mai- training; at i'i. idea UKNi ,"
1 Is ImportantTo umloii Ser\l'e. C In your brcuk.ast menus: and Uutighter of Ituifoiil. v < SERVICE MEN me Coij.HajL t -. Camp Pn'ln 1 l'i. v il Fi.iln i ii',' 'jration,,, f I
Skipping bi CM) Idas': dues not For protein ami enemy..4ne guests of Mr. und( :Mi" T N [ / C'aJll: Tin day and night ,; lliol The ia-Juation cl'l'e' ,
HealthAre mean a lOlls In weight 11 you \ cans or meat. Milk will Norton, Sunday .\' P WOMKN 'a'fJroRI: maneuvers )provide: monies were!! attended: by m"
II'' e trying to ivrtute, since supply calcium. To round out Mr.\' and MTH. Kmmett Lyons 'I' the individual Marine with an I patents. Mr. and Mrs< Russell
mis-inn a meul just whew th tile enc-ray' needs' and ado ol JrtrkHOnvilluvre visiting'Mr. opportunity( to improve: his I Green, J.of, Bro:>k"1
you n brrnklast) sklp- ppetite lor the next one. laipoitant! iron anrl vltamln-i. : and Mri.\ Perry Lyons : kill a'a combat InfamrvmanM.ilines .

per? I A !good breakfast should Include solve: enriched and who I: Sunday ( !m completing: this, ."ninlnt ''
B'eakfast lij-i-F! :, are likely I If a third to u lourth of :Main brands auc:i ai' rolUinufflns. :Mm. Styra Faulkner of { are a.ssivned to combat A riasHifli-d: .Ad In the TEi.t:

) feel mid-morni! lattque. the div's food I'CII'Jh'en1ens.Are cereals toast, waffles Gainesvillevrti visiting hereon pre Lnnnl" K TPtstone. son units .
and claughter-in-law.! | 1 overseas. GltAPH brines rerolls.
pOllcakes. 1\fr,1 \ : i of Mr. and Mrs George Tet- ,
I How ran you tad l Intjrest and1''' Hurry Faulkner I
\I ; : > stone of Brooker. recently received Russell: Harvey Oeen: IP-
First of the Year Bills to breakfast? lay.Mr.. : I
Serve hot cerealvith sliced: : and :Mrs Edward Nor- two certificates for
readies! i-ooked prunes plne-: man spent the weekend with : completion of the Water Sup-
Getting You Down? apple chunks or other! fruit. theirfonInIaw/ and daughter. I ; ply Course' and! ETAP dene>r- Whit part fr -
Try toasted wallies with Mr. and :Mr! Thurman Jo.iean : : / ; 1 utor Operator Course, He Is a
We Have The stinw be riles. Lady Lake. I i ; 's I 1062 graduate of Bradford
Answer
(/ :
Vary toast with a special 'I' ; : t.. High: !Koluol.: I\n.I also !graduated : .-
1 r '
butter spread. Ulend equalamounts New BenefitsFor ; from the 4th Trainingppjlinc.it
Whenever
You Need :
of butter with brown ; Spp. U J S ArmyTraining
sugar or honey' favor wltn. Veterans : D' .: Center, "EmtlneeuPoit : '
EXTRA CASHGet planted lemon or oinite rind Under GI Bill :, L onnixl' Wood. :\.io. HerpuHc.l
cir.namon: or !instant coffee : a : ( his second rp.tificat.:
Serve breakfast In the kit Veterans of recent service In : : e from the 54th Engineer Battalion
the money you need for chen buffet style. the Armed Forces ore entitled I : '" in Wodflrtken. Oi-r-"
to many new benefits' under :! : 'r mnny on Jan. 6. Ills present r
Easter Expenses, Taxes, or r..v.vt..n.vn.v..vBaviess the Cold War OI Bill recently t "-e address! IsPfc: Lonnle E
pi.ssed: by Congress.An Tttstone. HA14891414. Hq Co.S4 : ..
Emergency Comein ellKlble veteran Is one ; !\ En Bn.. APO 0902C. N V, y ""s sti,1i
any . Hiway '
who has been! on active duty N Y.
'
-.'
:
for more than 180 days since
or phone us today. By 1\>ln. O. E. Crosby I ,'
Jan. 31. 1955 or has a service Pvt John W. Heresy son of
connected dliability. The Veterans : (' :Mr and Mrs Clyde Horsey
Loans To $600.00 u..u..u.u..uwDon't Administration will Issue I ; I 0' Rout" 1, Staikc. recently Goes for. .

forget the change In certificates of eligibility completed! H basic Aimv administration !
:, the evening services at the those qualified on pppllcatlon : / ". course under the
I I
TOWNFINANCE rhurrh: Training Union 8:30: after June 1 1. 1966. the effective : I to: Reserve Enlistment Piwiam'': SAVIN IS ,
Preaching 7:3O: Wednesday date of this l section of : I : \ at Fort Jackson S. CHI' will aTO
night Prayer :Meeting 7:30: l.t \. return to his Army Nations!
I Everyone Is welcome and, invited wAn eligible veteran: U' entitled : Guard\; unit Co. D, 53rd Sup- Are you Retting >our fair share of the
CO. to attend any or all meet tolcatlonut benefits.i : ">e port Bn. nt flip completion! of money you earn? Or do you J>ay'eveiy-

,IK/ *. i a veteran can t : : > his tour of active duty Ixxly else the butcher, the baker
TKUSONI.S' .'
monthly illowances of $100 : the electric-IiMht maker and Tail to
We nre very gH<] to know more while he is a Airman 1st Class JamPt. C
226 N. TEMPLE AYE. : :! keep> a\ cut: of paycheck for yourself
| your
.' Ihatfl'S: Nona 1 .
Dyer was i -tbdfnt in an approved eduoat.onal MU p'rove. whose( wife. :Maiyla
: ; Phone 96l'19091fflonJ. !) !)) able to return to her home ; ) institution high "chool.bl1..ln : ': '.- I the daughter of Mr and! Shirt now to make !mire< you do get your
:
from thefelIcal: Center for !' college.! \ : I Mrs Frank Jones( of KrvhtanrHeiKhts. "share sate before you spend. First
..i,. I 1\, few days We are glad, too school or graduate school: fo ) : recently( arrived for thinu: every payday, : deposit a\ part of ,your
:
that she i U feeling better. each active : duty: nt CIII'k! Air Bi"e In the
ii- month of earning with us get the habit of !saving -
iiServing Air. and :Mm. Gordon, Jontuand service, he is entitled to I Phllllpplnes A tel 'phoneequipment reTiil.irlv, and see how fast year mon
: Florida : daughter Darlene were north of training up to 1 snerdilist. All man
their non-ln-luw and J ey irrows. Open a Savings Account with
visiting Jones picvliiiislv served at
Since 1950 months to be completed within
i zaushter: Mr and Mrs. Ch'\rOilffls eUht years from 1966. \ ; I Tvndnll AFB In Wen TlorldaHe us. "soon.'

, .__ tWling CJefJce. g !lee in Gainesville Sunday his dUcharKP date of later.Al'tlve ,,1 Is a member" of the Air
; ... _........ : .
:MOicn Communications Service HOME OWNED HOME
service OPERATED
duty men
.. .. ..... I Mr. and Mm. Bill Graham
r ... .,
i more than two yours! '\- th.1 which has units deployed
and. daughter LiiWand.i of can get tuition costs paid world-wH"' to provide communications -
r Mr*. Lucilc Cordially Jacksonville were dinner guestsof taking off duty courses. I \ and air traffic The Community State Bank
"
1 I
Mrs. Graham's brother-ln-
t- Godwin ,
control for USAF operation)
i Jaw und ulster, Air. and :Mra." Home and farm )
,. Representative Welcomes Howard Brown Sunday.Mr. will ti" aired bv the Govern.ment's f "- I OF STARKE

1013 E. Call St. Your and :Mrs J. R. Hixon ouarantee of repayment Cpl. Richard E. Clark son :MEMHElt: F. D. I. C.
You and 1 of Mrs Mora Clark of t'tnrke.!
: +" I; last weekend with relative.s to t.heveteran lender. ( I
h. 9&4-5321 spent has '
Family to Your completed a 12- 'av fram
nurehaslni the
in Savannah Ga I n home veteran 1
,.. Starke New Horn
.
Rev. B. T. Penvy was called, ran obtain a guarantee
to Orlando Friday because of to 60 per cent of the loan u)
the accident of his niece to S7.SOO: Dlrert loans can I
: BILLION DOLLARS
The State of FloridaIt ?.
Howard Brown and Oscar made to th" veteran' ;
Ciotiby were trammeling buslnent l- private ('rDrlft. is not 1l'allable.liP !
lm Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and ,
", in Jacksonville Fi<]ny. to $17,500Other Florida agriculture is a $1 billion industry H
To You With Your City.
Acquaint I :Mr and Mrs Jerry Dy.il benefits (' So it seems only fair to raise a $1 billion questions
Hnd Rev. F'pavy, were visiting veterans' preference rights neino !
If you are new in the area a phone in the Medical: / Center Sundiy extended to }hero in getr Will Florida's new'streamlined; urban-minded metro oriented
,
Unit and keeplni Federal
:
caD will bring you a prompt visit Foil:Miss Myers: Denise ix spending Middleton< a few of r. !II ernmont jobs Joe (, line\ recognize a farmer when it sees one?

days with her ,1 and employment and placement I ;
from your local hostess. Please give grandparents I
Mr and, Mrs:: J, M. Dyer. I services ere I'l) !
her a call! She has maps and many Mr and Mi" Raymond I ;rum the Dept, of Libor. SeivIOP : l Candidate for
Senator 2.5thDistrict
( connection forI\ i ,
free and wonderful gifts for you Brown were guests Worthington of their brother-Springs'I with the Veterans Adminlstntlon ( 'I f :' Cecil A. Kennedy says,
: Is mid" pa-'or!' and!
in-law "Yes it will.
from local businesses. f and! sister Mr. and s ,
a 1 :Mrs Gene Petcher of JackllnnI -.1 I 'In a Veteinns/ -mal..tr: i
1 Hospital Is made roxslbie.: 1"01'1" : i! ( : t J
.j I further informfltloii see t | ,* "If elected to that post," says

1 i lo"al Veterans County / '( I t, Kennedy, farmer for 20 years in
Officer or \writ M T. Dixon
north Florida's Hamilton
County
P O, Box 1437. St. Petersburg.Fla. i ,
33731 ", "I assure you that agriculture will

I FeedGrainSignup I not be forgotten


I TimeIs "Indeed/ ," says Kennedy, "Flor

Extended ida's agriculture-and the farmers
"
: h// farm-owners, farm operators,
The final date for farmersto and farm people involved In this
t ,sign/: an Intention to partl- !
giant and vital industry WILL
-
rT" -n ,-Ipa tl" under the 1J>68 Feed '
-
BE WELL
Grain Program Is April 8. REMEMBEREDJ
r"j ;' The -week's extension of the
I
deadline for signing up was
1// granted primarily to permit I :

formers awaiting the soybean -. -

1 v__ I I price act.support The soybean announcementto supportrate I Senator Cecil A. Kennedy will work personally and diligently In
t! ( I however possible and at all times-to
of $250 was announced I give farm people and the farm
on March 31 and la 23 cents in state government. ,

I, per bushel higher than last/ I premise that the day of farm surplus and drastically-curtailed prod.
;year.
I Cecil A. Kennedy offer? to you for your careful consideration
Secretary of Agriculture Oryule I
; J
L. Freeman recently I
_r ; Z7 I Joined leaders! of major farm closely with the Florida Department of Agriculture In a pro. f

I organizations In urgIng maximum effort to assure Florida producers better share from the food dol! I
signup In the 1963! feed retail.
I grain program at I

trJ the Florida Development Commission chairman, and the Com]

Industrial Division, to promote the instate establishment of new

i farm machinery and manufacturing materials for )
1t' [ on-farm
f
HERE the Florida Farm Bureau Federation in its program for general

.Jy" :if t I : I I betterment of Florida fa rm and market conditions. i i

., to the director of the University of Florida Expert'

./ ': for additional research at North Florida points especially

1: ; I of interest to beef and dairy cattlemen, swine producers, and pro-,

(;) truck crops including watermelons.
IS'.> [ I
For pennies a night you can enjoy markets for pine timber and Florida hardwood timber.

OUTDOOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING poultrymen and association leaders to draw and put forward *'

THEMAN : favorable to continuing development in Florida's fast expand..

Onng-ho; On with the show! Outdoor electric lighting sets the stage i and egg industry. I I

on patio backyard, poolaide or garden. Family coolt-ouia are picnica It your 25th District Senator, Cecil A. Kennedy will try his utmost to ,

when meats and poultry are barbecued to 1 finger-lickin' perfection on an I II in the Senate and outside the Senate-an awareness of THE VI-1

electric rotis 'erie. Electric skillets broilers and cofleemakers are BO safe I that agri-business is not a special interest concerning just a few I I

and easy to use. No muss, no fuss just Iota of fun for everyone! on-farm. It is one whole side-perhaps the healthiest side

Place a few electric lights in the right places and you'll have a big of future potential-of Florida's economic triangle. And for so

txtra room outdoors plus an added margin of safety, color magic, I Florida communities, towns, and cities, it is the very breath of
and dramatic beauty unseen by day. I TO CALL FOR THE BEST life
*
See your electrical) contractor or light fixtures store now.THERE'S BUY ON 'YOUR INSURANCE; .

: : says the Florida upland farmer and the dynamic business, whlcR

"'-.: MERRITT H.WILLIAMS I // bo remembered in your State Senate!I. ""- ----- -

NO MATCH FOR ) .
FLAMELESS' ELECTRIC...
.:; :, .
v ITS CHEAPER. TOOl 117 N. Walnut St. I I FOR

a Phone 9645391ISTATEFARlvi Candldttt ForFlorida's Senafo;

FLORIDA POWER X LIGHT COMPANY I I / Kennedy 25th District (

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HELPING MUILO fLORIDA A r
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I : ]Peace Corps I \ -. '!'. ;; t.

I I .Tests Setn NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED :[ ..
Elect :
I \W. Roberts
KEEP{
I( GainesvilleStarke CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUN TY George

J. M."BUCK". If' : .
: .h....'

ORMAN'' eY tr In putting area residents there'! skills interested to- Reno Recreation Center tuned: by the, SUII:I.y :h" ii)1.l lv.111 I""..... ...,'-.'.::;" :;;':'xya-;: 'I 'Vf.:; '=" \ \Working For You

1 1I ise In dsvelopln! nations: Softball ;practice was !post 1 he hrlJ at 4 p m 'lie" :: ;
r. I I round the world: are Invite ported: last; Monday; an j Tuesday public I! Invite tj al'..':.id! I

,'o tnkth" Peace Ci-rps: p'i', eer..rnt due to .tho ruin Eractl.ewill Choir ifhtaisullll he hu U ; 'h4'I II l County Commissioner
!
list anti Llh! ,! T.u.J.iy! : I I II .
be held Monday. April encii:: I .
e" I test pt 9 a. m on Saturv.y Charley .
County r w c April 9 fit Rom( 131. at 4:30.: 11'1! \nights nni: enc-h ciio.r m moerIs 't.J: ., District 2
r cJ J Frdeial! nuildim.! Gainesville! The Center will bo openMonday. I i n-ked to b" Pies'ntPrayer I

April 11, fiom 1 to; 3 meeting each Thursday E. a Elect A Man
The Peace Corps uses! the .
Friday 8 to 11 m. Mr:, night a. i.jo., : All mi.mLer.s -
Commissioner m p
p.
'l.i'-ement t-st to determine juL
= ,, .i Jackson Invites all toor.at.rs: are ask::d i to at.anj r.upl'Unal Jo $ QUALIFIED
'
best be
tan
iw an np.M'cnnt; .
visit the center anJ i-njoy, : sticiuth.Jur.iji
to
- 11z! "d The t.st"p'Ism'e" --3''
I i oveneas
District 2 the super;Led acthl:jes. : Crui '::1 m.cti.i'I vir Experienced lUisincshmanAVAILAHI.E
i. : (irnpral altitude and Ali; Uenag.. interc..d-f la be held each ?,IO 'ay ..t 5 p \. It._
+ h" ability to learn a lansue. I Ii TO THE
County.At.LargeYoung \ not e-liuatlon o.- achlevencnt. taking part in the Tern Club m. A.I m mbes are: asked Ld
rj Js'inny! pleaso:: met: on tln.e. CITIZENS
ry : (IIf test sco'-ea! Indicated i are asked to contact : I about this question:

1 w. limited lan- uaCl'.lt'arnlnl: Jackson: at the center.aske 1 to "I parked. my car to unload A man who will take a stand on all issues and state
"'ility, for example' the Peace SoltbaB! fans are I .
Senator Pearce watch the papar: for the ;.?he- a boat/ from the trail. the reason why.A .
\ C'nrps) tiles to: place the applicant STARKEBUSINESS
dule and the names of teams attached to the car. Suddenly
er
Qualified l-i: an Enqrlish-speaklnB! man who helped put the county road department
41 Is Candidate j tJimlrv I The placement: teat participating! In the 3oftb.1111 / the car rolled: dowel. on H business-like basis. instead of political patron-
i equlrps" no nrppirpiion: : and U League I the I inclined dine and
:i >e.
all fans
Impartial For Re-election \ !Tn-comp"tltlvc: an appli- The co-operation: of plunged into the canal ir

,runt can npith'r+ puss r nor fall will Spring be need Holiday:: for success DIRECTORY I 11 J feet of water. Will m>' A man willing to discuss any issue and his past

The application form, not record with voter of Bradford
County.
Reliable Sen. B. C. r Bill I Pearce of I Teachers and Btudc-nts will Auto Comprehensive: cen any
the placement test, is the :-iost
East Palatka hn* qualified asa begin the Spring holidays::! on en've pay tlie t car d.miair-
cnndidate:: for the new Gth'], Important factor in the s, "1ec-. Good Friday thl'oughI'JI1ty.: :!:: "M?!" Your Vote and SupportWill
VETERAN TAXPAYER 'tion of Volunteers. l-msons ntcieoted
District Senate( sent one of : In sen'In! \ the April 11, returning to school I i AUTO REPAIRS Charey! H.: Johns
.
the four allotted to the 2nd I Tuesday mo.ring at 8 a. m
wife and 3 children! Be Greatly Appreciated
Family Man ( ) Congressional District, comprised Peace application Corps if must they fill have out notIreay an NOTICE! A P.'er.r.y

Your Vote rond Support Appreciated of 24 counties Includ- done so and present All members of Dell Chapter ; Earl's Garage 131: S. Walnut St. (Pel Pol. Adv.)
asked tolea': !:
168 are :
ing Bradford. | '!'t to the tester before taking PHONK CHH-02\I
ALL RINDS OF
ApI'\\! 7.
A veteran of 20 years In the meet Thursday night
i Patti Political Adv.) Florida Senate, STI. Praice I the test. Application". may bs at 3 p. m. in the Masonic; 1'111'to ; AUTO KRPAIKVOKK I-
obtained' from local of-
post All Work nun rl\1'tpp.d
has specialize !in finance and\ attend to business of vital: !
.Ices! or from the Peace Corps
I I'h..ne 1Jr.9-"Ofl'
--- -
--- taxation since his election to I Importance. Rev. Damon Dell.
Washington' D C. 20525. So. W'ulniit, Sturl e Vl IIAU S EiY
Jhe upper house in.JP48.!! Because The placement test taTteR W. P. Sister Alma B. U1coa.'I: .,.
i of his lnulliv eXP'1'- i I W. M.tllLKCIl. Enlnli
(bout hour
an and a half. Ancotnnal
DEMOCRATSOF fence the committee of finance NEWS 1
on acMevemppt test for '! LINf.f 1 !\
AUTO 8ERrI'EGilbert
and taxation. Son applicants who have studied I Mt. Morlah M"I.I1o'11 t' .
.
Pearce is now servinas French Church Church School 10 am. .
or Spanish req'Jh'ell:1l'othcI'
chairman of the Florida Commission with Supt William Holland: I >
: hour.In S. Brown Protects Home and Property
for Tax Reform composHl in chaise.{;: Morning service 11

Alachua Jefferson of five senators, five I' a. m.. The Easter pronoun: wIll.... :I stanil.ird Oil Service' Station Beautifies Keeps Out Unwanted Pests
.
representatives, and live '1'1 li<* f mini lnilu, *.*M C'iirl) Ofllnnlr he held at 3 p. m. All mrmhl : ATLAS
Baker Lafayette member appointed by the ..nl. IfMiiit. F'lirldn, In and frlenus. : : are united tit.) attend TIRES & BVTTHHES: Increases Property Value
1 I'rubntetLt
; Bradford Leon Governor. Recommendationsto I, Uc: : KHtnte: s <.r Kutiri. I t Itttfiarfl Budget Terms- Road Service *
Protects Children and Pets
: Calhoun Levy be made by this Commission Rny.1., I r, l Ih...IMIHPH.Notice I Greater Allen Chapel AMKChuieh. Phone 9M-7071
will exert a strong Influence : (' IIr Kill nit I'utlltan' F"l" Sunrl/ wrvlcc at S 407 N, Temple StarkeHURST'S 'Y'
: KIlliil, J I.Lcr! '|mr>ri tiC KxtcutlixN..IJ. ; Financing; Arranged
Liberty I, 10 P. m
Clay School
on the ]liH'tslntlve fox :; +. IM IK'ri liv KlM-M' Hull a. m. Sunday
Columbia Madison I pi'ocram for revising" thestate's I 'but''1' riled,l 'inffnnl .ri'tuirfi anXPLUtlix wHit Mrs. Fannie! Bft'l: Orl-slie
I tax strut-tin in 1967. ('; 1"' tllt> ftttutf of finhrt In chArge; Morning svivice al
Dixie Nassau <* Ih'rnltr'I. Sntilnr, deem. . I 11 with the SHELL -
Rp.n P'1IC'1''n! < horn 1'1I I ,li.iv, rn. .1 mv' |I. t lltlun a m.
Franklin Putnam I Alabama\ hIlt' his f loiii'v! tr.ovcl ( fur. diHirlliutlon and! for final Church in chaise< The 9\>onl Service Station
dtx|; ''i,irfci.. uh'l that. on dprll, 18, will be Willie Jamei ftmdoUh. -
Gadsden Suwanee I <> to FloiHa when he uns two l'H-! ut' 10'':''mi'' .,', I hwk A. M.I.. I cr Gas, Oil r.nb-j"lltlon
1 year old and he has llve-1: In will imply In tho 11'iinnahlfTh / : who has! Just return Goodyear Tlrri itr Riirterhi. Penn Fence Company
Gilchrist Taylor I Putnam Ciunlv ever since He <*.ioti .\. Yawn iiunty .ImlRi' from the aime-1 foices ROAD SERVICE
,
: "r riruilfuril roomy, Florida| | fat
The Easter spon- '
Hamilton Union : Is a fnimcr. frro'vInT pntntorscabbaore. ni. '|>r"\al' of HUM. ( flan rcturncmil program I I sot and. 100 Starke PAI.TK.FLORIDA
I and corn nt :Melnnnrt ": ( for an order,< i>f ,ilfKtrltMitlon 1.- .
Jackson Wakulla At Pearce Farms! In East mil fnc, fltlil) OlKthiirKf. nx ixeturlx ------ ::_:-
- of tits will of l.obrr'IN : THE RIGHT POINT: for the' 1.-
I' Palatka "i mini, ,, SnviliT, d1.1" .axed. 1.i ..
One Vote In Each of ... \ny you write. (> ine In and
Sen PI''I''p' served 18 Thin Mar II. Sn1I.r"' hili.| i 156II.Rlla : select your favorite, I KSTKHniiOOIv :! i i
months! ovpisfis with' th- U, 9 TEI.K-;
fountain
I Kim II '011,1"1 Kxiulr):; pen
These Four Districts: I Army Entlnrprs ':::111111V.nl.i\ 2:: '17 4t ,1/17, OHArll. I
War I He rnfi" red" politics\ In
I : i -... i :1nccI
r I 1)21!) vlth election to the Pn- : l .
latka City Count'I'He' tins

I ",1'0 l soi'vptl as a member of TimberVanted\ FLORiDATHEATRE : v"a s

+ the Stnt" Dcmocrntlf Commu1top l
1 I Lar e or Small Tracts
and as n member of th '
I !Ptnte House of RepI'ellt>.l'n- Competition will bring
,
.. tlvrs. you more money
.ti I Ho is! n m'tuber of t',., r i)I', II Contact
npil l Olimv'i: a ('hr.' 11'1' m"tn PETE GIBSON

I ber and past rou.mnnl 1 1. -. o J. fit CarterI Showtime Yvcekda>'s 7 .
American! Lesion Post> t 41 .tar' Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1 I I t

member" and past t .ire lrlrii"' : of 732-2131;; j.
the Palntka Pot.a--/ Ctul lie
.'IUD.\Y.S.\'fIllW.\
I Lake City Fla.
is a Mason, Shi-l.irr." Elte. a i ,
director of Rodehea'er's Boys I P. O. Box 1358: : I April 8, !9> I '

i State Ranch Chamber and a director of CommerceSen. of the',' ,v Double Feature Program'' Senator for t the Sixth )

Pearce has won threeAllen .
Dist. S Dist. 6 Dist. 8 Dist. 25 Morris! Awards! voted H PlazaBarber cJI3.l l Sue

Cross Bryan AldermanFranks Barrow his colh a'nw* for ,..ntM.anllln'IpglslaUve CfIta T Ca1pN'Fathec'GooseN

Davis Bush Holley seivlre.Sunrise \ Shop

Johns Davis Horne JOANOSDue TK,.. COI.r

Lewis Kennedy ServiceAt Starke Plaza _'tR OR."owaRD L. P. "Pete" Gibson Perry businessman and banker. has an outstanding record to

G'bson Peck Kingsley Lake Near WinnDixieAndy ,MNre-1.. I sweat. ,N-m
MixonMurphy Stratton Dobson Mwa IeroIM recommend him to the people of the 24 counties comprising his new senatorial

Tea uc The 1 Kinrs'cv: Lak-; Bop;rt t I --- I'luy41e i district.
Pearce Church will have a Eist'iTur.rlsj : Proprietor

: Se-vlre in the front' I YOUIl PATRONAGE a
vai"" of the! Rry Ml. ""v '1on. I n
APPRECIATED When honored with their "Good Government" award Florida Slate
o'.erlookliiH Kinu\ 'icy T.ake." Ij i ii VVv by University'sGold

Elect James E. JoanosSTATE i EI'IYOl1e;:30 a. m. imKcU Sara\ 1: .,'to. Apr atter.d Uu I II II ,--, -- i,I ItYjhenthe Key an honors society he became the first state senator to be selected for


SENATOR I 301 the honor.

ri': .,tlrNotebook $::,50 at the BAYS I
pnl Adv paid! for by Commltt to Otct!: Joann I
Pete Gibson attended
fELEGRAP1LT: DRIVE-IN \ \ public schools in Tallahassee the University of Florida and

='.7--',.- _-_-,'_--0,".'"..'-,-C--,-. --.._-.. ------ ------_I ---- .-_.----.---':-=,-=--=- 'iGIRLSvtao I graduated from Florida State University. 43 years old he has four children and
Open 7:00:
I
l KEEP Show Time 7:15: C L a CONNIE tWRVE PRESNEU FRANCIS one grandchild. A former member of Trinity Methodist Church in Tallahassee, he

ADMISSIONVdiilts 73e Students 6fc has long been a member of Lake Bird Methodist Church in Taylor County.

T' Children Under 12 Free Sun. ;Mon.. Tues.. "'ed.
,
to LOUIS L. in vii iv:Y 13: I Pete Gibson has had wide in
) } !FKI.. SAT.. SUN., April 10. 11. 12. experience various civic fraternal and veterans or.

ftI !; April 8, 9. 10 .rrreeraililira ganizations. He is past-president of Tri County Electric Co-op (REA). past presidentof
: Double Feature ProgramDORIS NE'STHAT
\ i PLAYBOY the Perry Shrine Club and past president of the Perry Chamber of Commerce.In .

I :" TROUBLE., 1957. he was named one of the five outstanding in Florida
1 h': 20. CINl/ae 'OONs.Ah '. SHOOTER. young men by the
'
\ ... t t0 -' ''f ( DAYUODTAYIXUl i who alwaysshoots Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce. In 1963. he was named an honorary member

.: -id 1 ExperiencedQualified d l.. 7 I ; It of the Madison Future Farmers of America because of his activities in behalfof
t)
.
\*: ,fA' I works! ll rural youth. Pete is a charter member, and trustee, of the Florida Sheriffs' Boys
DONOTDISTUIU(

I'I'r.I :'.,' -.A '1. ) Ranch at Live Oak. and is past worthy patron of the Order of the Eastern Star.
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t ,, J I t I In the Legislature Pete Gibson has directed his efforts toward building better schools,
.. tI Plus :..:'00 awDEAN:"' I ,
T I MARTIN securing more industry and more jobs::: for Florida, and with keeping the tax burdenoff

I Successful I COlUMBIA nctuntfnaiat 'Tin. .sMATT HELM the working man's family and our old people.
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WILLIAM
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Businessman? WYLER'Sth '1\ And finally Pete Gibson demonstrated his concern for the people of this district


collector ..,'...,.( j i .._1 when he opposed the re-apportionment plan which required him to run in a 24

STELLA STEVENS county race. He was first to pledge "Sensible Reapportionment" as the "first order

DALIAN IAVI1CIORBGGWOAfiTHURO
I of business of the 1967 session of the Legislature."
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I Slate Representative CHARISSE'[ @@EVERI!tUIYSCYD l Keep the Man with a Proven Record!


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KEYSTONE I I Wins White Intcrsquacl Team KHS To Leave Seniors Soon Politics As Usual'At


On Nassau Trip

Game AtKHS
HIGHLIGHTS I-'l'\'il Ill-ill M'lllOl Si'tlt.l S

"mi Kev'tone" Ile'c'i's'! will

The "\V hl.e"! team .. i uni 1 : fv: tjn: ( sen!'>:-'t fro.n Keystone Rally

By Emily Thomas 7-0 over! the? "Blu. !. ." .11 .1.. i ,,i- Clay: County hls.i: : II 'litmi

nun! Il1t". 'qU,1:1! too > aii! 1 !, .ii", on A.ull' 17 for n

Phones at Keystone Hclii; : .iI< ( ', ''ill- dtp to N.nnl.'. :

School la_t Friday u. 'f i loril sliuients ire tin A crowd o' si'vt'" ill :"i ,ii.d hi"\ nhich he telt

Pay .J7."Mfi66: Nile 1734589 The Whites ssuied u "i \.ti: >''ii's I Nnimu Valldcl'.iM.( !! JJ.1 ).' VIICI'II! br.nfd (elilliv( I! ". I ''dd: !lIt' valuiblc quallncui -

I executed 39() yard i I' < no 1 i'- MuiT'n'f.' llnd.i A.I"ITI.V'. I wather at the Kc >..ie'leinhti in '1'..illains.ceKevstonp! ,

:Mickey Drokas to !Uani.\ i. II \' ShaitsliiiPsv, CiM'o! iolitliiilHi Ii District

(Keystone has filially made It the Hubert Whites who navn jieath in llw thn.l. (,'" t I"" Wii ion, Shawn Ijimi'l":, Pllt t ticn.1l !Saturday nlulii tll ''I'' ..un it i 1' i c candidate for

-the April issue of National been weekenilns: at the1'.. tc'an< DioUas clJimi.! : ,,1"' e:. 1 "" I ; und I aura Burt: nn.1r >'
Geographic Magazine, 'pat1': elate pal ks! In their newly acquired tra point.! I' ;' -i Morris. Ei nip WUI.imsM !: E. Johns :de1: a '.- : 'I"I- tu Incumbent

6M, has a remarkably clea compact camper-trail After the game. '. \-tfi.r I. I \ i n-innle Unin"r. ."p.omiivlim le-'crd) In tmppoii) ot ,> lum Jiiutrl i \1 III lilt' i/iomise foul

photograph of northeast Plor ei.Mr. Coach Les Rhodcn ,'> 'Bjtii) tlipni ns '.lupprone--, : House cnndldnl'' 1:'" II 1 itu he I :Murrhpp! i iie

Ida taken! from: Gemini 7 at and Mrs. Al Watso." tcftins played good tr.I: > : "c the sponsm's. :Mr JUdanl 5lin\v of Ftaike riiK ,1 '> ,!, i <.1 l 'I'" .1 candidate (or

an altitude of about 170 miles and Mr. and Mrs. Fremani'Colics : e: 11.1 of the boys lO )':i-1! -nocis f"" .tf. ""HI :Mi'. White thp iiRslslnnli / -h,). nt le j"nlm's'ho, sit !II"' 'i "HI ,,rid, I would
At center left one can clean Iwve recently retuinv future prospects. -.\ .. _on : :i J'IP'I1.'hOlP' pn
titsocrn oval-shaped: 'I3gnolh.a.lre. from a golfing holiday in Cca: !? to lia.e! a yount; en hum i J' 1paid\ bv the s'nlor ..Ius by lobbyists In Ti" 1.13 i :. d u aliist "a political

and directly! to the lu't I.land. Da.CONFIRMATION. -lie ball tf.im next v ,ii.vit... Tie' JI'I'IIP11I trrx'M( hy: ,'. fv.in| ,t\ In the makliv:'

'f-H. the Keystone Alrpovt, an : IIKI.D: twenty:: of ability.! I' ,,' ", ,. 1 ,111I.\ t I. Mlninl the K.'y.: ,tonen .re.fhnw's ctatemintion1': nlir.lck Pm.itliu: to his ivrord of a-

p no'\'shap d area Directly: Three children fro."} Key- The plns-ei's on''ilv. hit C' .,. ;' "jI.-; ., < \ i .lining nt t WnUI! !'> In t'11i : irbiitlal from 1:1: ,.ml)- I ",'1111I'.' lo school and ci''iI <
under the Is Crystal l Atone HMzllLs; wete :aiioiv: ? tinIx -' I T ..net-s Tyre said these
airport runt "tlckey1III'ht.! i proved
were:
i i 'iliv;. :.incl' : will boir-l, tw! P' ipt ncpiccentatlvi': J."> ,I.LSITurtley .
latte. and aroupc'l WneV/.f; conffrifeces at rites held in ('I nter. guards Mike: 7Iuir.cc. Mrs. Gentry Will Observe '- H.ihuiiTx: !Ftnr! for trie trip.iiPinu of Oranne PIIK\ ..vhofald hi had the interest ol tin

that In a cross are laks Bedloid. the First Lutheran Church ir 1 : Chipper H >I'. "!'. .i- : \ fiu.irtPied n'v: >'ni"1 1111il he knew the( peoi)1) v. ,"r i' uple and I the community at
Spring:; and 3rcoklyn Gainesville last Sund .ty. Those Stan Thrift tacklfa Glenn 111' Hftiiirilice
; 90th Birthday Good Friday I,> during: the docklin: time" l.imlllaritli lil.s: reioin n id:
Highways 100 and 21 show ajolm : rf'-clvlnj!!: : the orcljrvere thMlsses ew. 'I h ma& lU.vi-s u.' ", on Nn'.sail. While at '"10 rnnilol i-.uduet. In Tiillahav-ei': C':M! ,I.. opener! Ills lomnrkir.h -

lines la the terrain an.' Janet Kuufmann.daughter J.'ike Fund I'bul'ke; "nil-. JjlMcGatth city: of thp Bahamas. tlitvv hat- IIP lui'\v: \ Shaw uav ,iotereiiliu \ the :.statement, "I'm not

ether points In the area are I of Mr. and Mrs, an 1 ttnnr'j' T3u. : A Keystone, Hei,::its .u "'alesident Ii' "r ot tin1! Keystone "j1: \iri in 111 take !slilitserlivr totp's toI I to him I Ifnntl-v. I in I "islmini' l to be back up hete

ea.Uy Identified, a he color< Ororgc. Kaufmnnn: urA TcriiHcndPison. liual'tcl'backsI1ke: \'rill a.l"ture U brathta'cln3' tr.N : ; and Mlrkey\ Dioka-,: DJlIlIt! Omtry : ; uterniirts" for 'hrh! tit iisunl. most of H !j.- Ii Defends' Stand
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CI1A IIt\m':" :! pe, wrrstT-WHyne: Henderson. : B.iker. left halfbatk: 11'\1111' 1'iithdav on Cloud fri-i1" iviiln ler.' Lllliiin. who I is 111"111"1.'i 01 1 .ue.i i.s famous'Young t'tklnA':; -. dolt In duYrfl,

11flm THERE 'er.d Gerald Teske. son of Mr Tiinsk, lUht halfoicl-. aiitefan gathei'.im'! of c'it.rench'idicn : !: the local: live 1111,1 I ten fen! 1 that .OUI.UPI' man to bi' "i\en nhnnce
-atheie.l in h'.d-
"",ewla S. Mulr and IlL'4iatlhtel' and Mrs. Wilfred O. Teskr :::: Bro'tas.'! : fulllj'ickPlajinsr : 1\11 ...!tHell''I1, IIrc I ,' ? 1"- :' I dips Croups, .. .
fie!
.lore.Mis Republicans on outsklr i o tiiiowd !
;:: Mai-caret Nelson The confirmation wni heH at oh the 13'tic *eanere and! one !uieai ...r.'atnaiidchlld ; Gentry' attilbMt's/: hi-, llollsiCiinilid.ill's. .

returned to Melrose for a twoweeks' the morning( church fceivU'i ,\ : Jeff Balls centi'j" Jerry '\ slated lor Easteii'l1 n nl'k.ibe: con-stitiitlnn\ he To Meet April 12 while the spiMl-mt; wiM James: WtlkliiMin ir Clm
at the
vacation, alonj; withMIS. and was administered by the'= Moonsyhnm nnj Lnni.i !.. Oenlly.tS bum it: :If'th'lty In mid abjui MC At Orange Park 1 proaress Sc'iool' footb.ill Kcvatouileliihts X.eUlTvleelliu Hill candidate! for the How INSURED ?

MullOi( -. Sarah Lou Uastor. Bev. Robert Bel Blkl. ("(':cman. guards; Ch".teiGlenn. UunliKhnii! A'a.' nn.:! move, house and I'n\'rten.\.ct: SilO in Rtprp.seiitnltve.' finin Bi ,itlfcrd. -

Wi-lls.1 1 Margaret iias been Guests of the families! who Billy Wolfe, n'il;I .John :'o Jacksonville with her husjjnd. liny frequently be mvii! I."" The IIIH riltlrs >ieu.1-or. Clnv nn.l tJnidii rnuii
I busy I making final | r ended the service \ere MM !. the late Oscar n'' bonnet rrkliis 9iitlIn Clitv County Youiirf ffn Johns Iolllit:1.|; : >vnul .
arrangements : Wnrrcn, tackles; SandOraj'- ntry un \I'fl'd'i ties, said tlicre arp "io t i run "
: for a move to Guam to Bennie Jackson Mls3 Kaufmann's i 'on and Edwin Baker'. e>id.r: After two Yl'ars as n ,'nntro.i : B portion of the ""S)] lI1 h 1" : K.-publu'un' Club will meet nlT "trke a bask seat to no 0'1(:" unii to 'iio\ei'ti our' people!
I p. m TII,' dav. Apll: \ 12.: ati .l'' his ,
> of ,
Jom her husband: En-si/m( Tom fUtcr. her husban-i Wayne Homer, quirt,-rbick.: In chnr-e! of th? HVlhortlsrOrphinwp \ I :"iomuls which fcurrouTl !i Nelson. Mtiiv's! John, waiin and two daughters of nt Eut<'rpils. sn-! iiome' ( p.nrt that IIP'ns "
son. Johnny Moon left h'\ ltbac!*.: j \ ppopl?. He plid'iri hil11'IIOI.t -
:\Ieh'ose March 19 to( 21 for ville! ; and Mrs. aalnel-I Jack Win' ate. and Jerj' trifled to Kevi-tono.! >nd li !, Be. -ldc? hiMdaii'tli: ,t-... 1J.iriii. :> :! I Ida Plnce M''nittbrooc! : the, llrtit, to sign' : all a ool"fpi : for educiiMo'inl p'p'1 '

a''' celebration of his. .sixteenthbJrthdny. Pekle. her : 7 timer, rinht hnlf l'af'k. and .fl'5*: Into tl'e home oil Hlihnv she hn.s two oili.t'iu.n: Onure E'aikConiniitt'> i iicer' of ii bill e-irnnlli'.ilii! '\\1 Gmll. but \0"1" oppusiiio;> i

: During\ their stay 'If.; Kej-ftone, also Mr. road MrsPhUlp :Mke: Ucsket! fullbac: !: \ 100) at Luke Oenevortl'ie 'rr.s, ;Mrs nUl't Hi|.bic ''Jol o' \.ill, bo, u I>..llIlm<'lIt" Ihrfl'dlrlll] Center' 111University obtnlniiiii! nddltlmril II've'J-iiic.
niiiioiuirej! I'.y the of
Plorldi the Mulr family: viilted ,i Clnrl: and Mr.' Wally !slip now ll\es. I.fittiencpvllle.' ( Oa. aiiil Mr'V .<. ."' Florida, I lo siirpnrl non-iiist-iic-\: '

Mis. Mulr's sister in BranK'ii. Muhlliofer. The Teskc< 'ftucst Awards Presented Slip rented In July "m.fter O. Wrtklns, I IM.'i"l': niCvmve 'i.iliinn1, !. Emily R. T'inm.ii.! .lolins said lie n.ul :ICIMI *.i mil I personnel In I Hie si lino'

< toured Busch Oardsns.rd were youn? Tcske'jnand- .. 2Spai8. as post ml tI.,.;". Pnik florl I. Il.i t\l'" iid u irport will be p'vn' on Jlirhtlii'i the, r.-l1ppOU.'UlplI. .\,.stf ms.

dined at the Kapok Tr-3: n.other, Mrs. Clara Zulke. or To Cub Scouts "f Luke Geneva' an I n-iw (ilirt.'s i ra.idchild. two ".:- it :the eomjilctptf( ( slate nf t?'!piijI'dins li.ittle for 20 .yonix" / tn k"pp th, IlK'lllllV'lll! Illllllll"\ "l'lll'lnt :
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/ spckliiK ofllca i.i thst.'tp
Jrt Cleanaer.iTlie '' Piper City, 111. and her aui.t At Pack Meeting I \ hI'lIml' bl't\'l, ..ier'i ':.in.--clitldi-cn 1111'1 o'le! 'lept- of Florida bl' rountle.i tiom ta<
Carlton P. Handy fame 'MrJ! AdrlPnne Hccht, of noberti. : >. "k"rplnll. lier 1'\1.1' ,'II\- ;,rent-innt1rlii'tl| : lire 5.i M.k- Persons "IP race" t''ilund: \ u' hI''I'\ '" ','Inlinevcuild b.(' lieslimcnir.rmbt'rs '
111. With Miss< Hc-vl-rson\'! thieetlo 0":11111.a- ; wl'hiii'-i' traiKpnrttitnn \lenues fiom the small"r cuun.lips. : Seelir.NTI.KY
Uy of Wilmington D ltt j jI > Prpscntation' v'en. and the : 'o: ille. Oranue! Pi it and at the next scsilon
of avurds, In I thp. Outlive PJ""k
''> for were her arandmothrr nr.1grandfather. \ In \UVch\ fha tnKos an Jick.somIllinciicli.. : arnIMC I! : Hi1( rlnr"ed tliaf. "nis o ( :
ed a visit with the May ..il"hli'jlit( th<- mon"'lv nackineetlnu asked to cull Websu-r at .111,1 snld his pxpeilpni"1! In onorci'.tilar HKUFMAItN .Ir.
; Mr. and h'1; active Ke.v.sto-ip Hoiic- A lecentlilven 'ii} oppmients I meaning otiJ .
Stnrnes their part-- party wns :
to the
on way of Cub Scout nncl special i> Mon
Patk :; !
4-mi8.: li the KpystoneIlr.'iihts .
'Od'ala William Buller. of Thie makers Cl'ilj. the QantPii\ ri.ib: 1 luiior of; her birthilnv I F'Jnorv "lied"! Cio s fOninr.svlllel I> Your Gulf Life
National BJ
Forest for > I :305. of Kroy twD-wrek. capping\ lilu.> Rivers. Mich.Folloln "f the Lukes, and the FP!'! 1'- tile Kev.stonc Hoiiu'in.ike.Club > I "Joined" the \bUontles nit'a HP IIlso I pointed to hi ,
Mnnday ni'Uit at the Cnni- 473-4589:
and In the
**,7t: >ther campers have ,)fcn r the service, th'' I J\unltv, Church ediii-atmnol I IJIlIdhll nip Cl'ib.' \ She Is nlsj a nle. 1- : I C '\e :Sprlniw Robei'airc.i ;: a-ic* helped m.ikt I, success In the bu.sines, wo.lrt' Re[>resenfatii'e
> nrtvi. i.o"lble
.1 Kaufmanns. Te.skes and thel'l lor them to panon:
; : {. n.-t an Important quail! !Icatton
Aku'l-s.: 281-3321.
fuests! held a c'lnner !n honniif Mol of the Senate.,
far the office.Slniw. Ask him View on* Gulf life
I A skit on "Knl'j.its: an'l Garden Club
tha O3Caslon: at ths GoldenSettle ; In Insurance policy with' Adapt-A.
KEYSTONE :'efc'iillim\ hi.s .siippnrt\ olie .
l \ the third
lJl'Jllj"ons'"ilS pies -.itc; .1 1 b. "cniididutfoi
In Starke. Of The Lakes new 24-founty .enaloil.icHstilct. Plan can protect your home,
Drive-In Theatre UNDER TIIK WEATHFIC I >,i'n Th: < e. carninir out thf.vlI'l."l1 Fur nbsenibly the 'lioine rcuuonilcs .- Johns Mid "I 'Inn the House: said lie would provide family Income, add
: tlirmc of "KnU'Vs: of !ji"working levl.slnti.r" aiu income to your retirement
:Mrs.: Daisy Maniri't VI I.T'. The G.ucteu Cl.io; 01! the classe.s piesenfd utvlu 1'ke' hnvlni to run In :n coinUPS. would not spend hl.s fund, or help tend your chil
f.ic: Round Table. : time "sltti -
Fri., Sat.-Apr. 8, 9 !been hospitalized In starve Lakes nt WL' Jade ; wined
Bnnnoix prr ;.i.ied lrthr airlcl
with a congestive! illness and :::3. at 10 a. m. In IIM: crafiiiifm : : of uai moil's madeCither ." ned by lobbyists. Phone 473-4310
SOPHIA LOREN absence of Cui--maste. Shaw said
Is pronreslng nicely! fro., Barry Wym<1n. and D\ Philip! of Faith Pi >vby erlr.i-! : I in clu..s or as:1: huni? Johns pioml.sud; < if.kle'i'a ci h.' had woslicd: ( his ',\joy lto\ tiM I '

In latest! repol.ts.'Mrs. Parsons. npir,hborhood roiivitil Church for a day of Instruction i ny C'I>Uie Tho.II.... vroject. Unteilalnmriit wtuj > the Lfce 01.111'Icmltv\ 'iu' through college.: iTcelmi'i\ ilei.ees ",1'0 1I1'llth""' I-'lu.
Les nH'nI.:1'., in flower( arran i> j )piovlded by a KI'OUH oj 7tn
Steph( : ; utMis. lie would make a trip to Tnt- In
; inner. aurU-ultnrul econoni-
inspected'itiform- I Th"" as.oi.nblv foi lu'iio
and tirade Kills. The :Now'
"Judith"with of the Keystone: Cour.fy Club Ha'ph' Cellon 11'111IJI': ;.I'hassre in an atdiipt t'lfr '
for fitness: '1' ::cnlor" hUh: :.school u as ,iieij I
I Springs! :and the itnii 111"11I'I
underwent operation Kiirl Owens of the Galit". villt
: pro, an In handlivr out the 'iwaids.: 'I iast Ftldav. v.-hen threo, non-: bfls. Mr. Uenson. Mr. White ) uade tht: State Huad: DCp.irtment I
last weelc at Alachua: Orn.'ralHospital Garden Club dem-instrite-:' :! I .
I : to reduce I''e.ldt./
I Finch |111"1111011" praincd! the boys for I testnnts: lead: their s'icecid':
Peter 1<::1 a us. Mr. Klitiey.! and
j In Gainesville and id ;i-a'le form an3 dslin.: wfte: uf the light of State
on
| I ielr' hard .%oik accuinpl.-.hrd! out Roll Ctnstrvatiou: June IMI'S. Heinunciez.Heyular way I
(Continued On Nevt Pagel vlilch) I the .Members t?,'i>c"fdc'lfo : frond 100 tiouHh; tlitu <;nmriunlty. -
lC'\I'AI'd corning! tli !in. The I I al.1\IlII'tl'Y' won first'. pri/' -. I mecllny; of tii.. stucnt -
I ( make fielr own niriMtci.- i, .
hl-rhcst, award of the veninr mints usln" material. they 1 011.1n.lkl'r -second!, a.i 1 II council was lieU on Monday.
the Lion Badge! was present' .' : I CRIlly Paul third Judges loi Alec! Cruick-shtink a Uil\ei-: !
April 4. A bCliool bii.liu. .
IHtel broii'-.ht: At the i-lo''?" ot i
to Larrv JCnrpprr, wh'.cn no. I ilop! ctai'a.st' : wer.Mi.s.! KeiJ. boiMht lor Uie scliool ,">y thtijuiicll. Mty of Florida ixol'csiJ '
the ses.rlolall arra'iifinentsneve ,
W. E. !
CHERRY. :makes Mm pli"ible to st"p uv dl-plavel) 1 Hii-1 rcint.ientuion I' .rrieseritaUvp. from Ih" ""ami's.M's : uns prehentt'd r-.d ulilDL spcaklngr for Sell Cioss. sulf I

Ir.to Boy Scouts by the Instructo11 I ; O.'rtiu: a Hou'tr. and on dh;l.iy In the inali! 01ilie the Alnchua County ienatoiWE.S

Loiter Ketch an1 Haul; Mr. Dli-k! lal'OI'II. In lho ..-i.ielitKmlilv until It Is piej-nted: at the only cnndl.1ate:! i 11:
I A sanrt\\lch huir:i wa"fhcrod I
rt A MAN OF EXPERIENCE Mom an received their: Wolf a priing: Htc wa1IK Oirup 5 who voted Drains
at the noon, !I-.O.T( wti'ic'psseit ': till-! dedication of lh:? in.jjinn.ulum. '.-*
!?'ari! Keteh.TuikiiPtt. un the: Impossibly larue dlstilcinii
es: nnj : Id botnecit Jeiry P.ijtoti. an8lh A b.v-la-.v A MAN OF DEDICATION and:! rotfce STVI I o.
that CI',1d3) H-otilrl: work. II
Keith PMBmre 01 uruler. and::! Uoifid i\1.l- <>
; HIP. ho tessl'8. :Mrs. Jo'in ftl'el1.1 ,; lequirlny:: evurv! po.ii-
Iliiiuinn wc'ic iiv n o p nnn anj! Mrs. CILftcn" ; Iruni a (5lh Ki-ucicr., The," boys Incc luiuiliu:: for olfU.e t l-.i: th>: :e-clectPd. to 'I.'t Mi'j-dhtilct' ;
Gold Airow each T'. ilve ; S'lck'l overall sell )1 wlni in the 24-county aicn. He ""I|(
> > j vji'1 the 1>< -
.\ k.. your \nt* unit Mipport for County (.Coiniiiltitlniipr ',u.d, ccuncil to have at It: ot one '
A- \\-o\\ iVE'rl' pvosonled: > i "MS: in tin railiL-v con'.c'j'11: 1 thai Cross Imd devofed mos
nutrlrt t :3. Clay Connly. Folloulv' lunch a Dilc! >.ar of hi th school sUidfnl
*. Tt'kllC'tt.: Pills nnrl n,''i.ii( i business ics'-loii was conducted i 1>1'lIl1nll was uuabli: tn spell i ( Ui.iull work! piovioui I1) tn ; rof> his time. In the loislatuipto '.. ,

A nuUte.nA" Il1f:lrms rahlrnt of C'Uy. <>unty, i umilflfiring'to \vilh one' eo'nt! to Ketc-: 1. Din- | bv tho presl'len*;. Mi s. li i iT I i,11 her boy do'vn' lij'li: o.l.'iese I j t.II'! lieor she: is lunn'iv: :!. Thadministration's an effort- to upsradit eclucptlnnnl ''.,
; thN po..ltloa many year"* ofulunl>le e\: | Tloncr. ny Trl:' -t and Kevin 1J.1:1'101'1: !' ljov, \\ IU' be koi'ij 'f) tno : wi; and mental healt)
I lur\p ....r\.NI I on the Board of County C'oniniKHionert und ( Have. Plans were1 1'Ild Ktu 'I upp'-ov-i Jacllitics.Pen.,,: I.
won their Hobcitt: phii.vlin i iDenner 'd'uiitv .si'clliii'j bee vo npiL} '
oe accepted for trans''r: stu-
, on the Iloitri! of Public Instruction.. \ field tl'It/ /) thc! rt'lo.tlF ;
, rtrl.vs'Olna; 'II BUKPUonnoii lson! gardens and ;jeenllcuses ,, .-. r.t Keystdiie, : Heights.Cifrrlji''ers : '1"'lt"'ho' .plan to run lor of Hil Davis of J'llncy

I If pliHt
....h pen all County Official.. enperlally, !CummlsHloncr. and l lSfhiMil .Hid Aiitn.t. pnner I''Mpe- \1111'i lind' n l'"|) liiillv i usifilrtiiv. in the 5th Oioui/). tul I thut hi-
me askP'l In makj civ iti -liidcut eOlllldl""It'ro\l" | ,le"
to Ke in Wymiiti tin'I Kech.I, I r's' They In A1 ,)' icli poncnts had u omblncl( tot.tl -
Board )ff'mberf 1 thU. Hill bring about fflic- <'us' imnii'dlatel', wll., Mi. s L, I1'UI'(1Oil: \ u n,'w Aim 'I.| I
lent anil erl1'1'1 '1.ll'dlnd' icr.( : ufollslu I of 40 yea is in the Senuti II I
ly, jrt H-onoinloaJlj, tlie operation of your t"<> i'' St'iplln1'' phone" .i"13.: n :.Mali/ iu 0111hi>1.V.> no..t'ii :
t tax, rn4llnf) boil loo.THANKING d" T'i! 'v Biouse.i: lot 'met that ItVII,:, lime tor a I
>idiliii
Twcntv-fo'ii memli I is a I i I.nl the : vi ed oiv 'Mil belContinlicit and
NEWS NOTES ,.,. 'ucsts atten-l-.1: th.calendar 'i! M.linopi1' It for the Bin ( nn next p.-X> To My Friends

YOU IN ADVANCE FOIE YOUIt mceUne:. ..It'Vallc) fBili:?

VOTE AND SUPPOHT.W. Hy llclrnPIOMil.KKItS r-AlKll: A'A.dfl, wre III'e e 1I'P'i'' : II -----. Citizens of Clay County
tisi".'!'en', iiiiiiicll i'"in'i .

E. CHERRY l.i \(.'ind '(Hi, ncl.ince nt :ne -

.. : ('IXU O r KVgNTHThuisclav. i n'nii'l, ( .'irvlnu( out tlia in.)I I uoiilil, like!; Iii .inniiiiiii't that T am a candidate

(Pol. Adv. Paid for by W. E. Cherry) All cl iit club\ :* of tii'! "o, ui'y; : ,1..1 t Is o' t 'r- round) "C -I.1 for ( 'i iint.\. (Cnniiiiis-'iiin for' UUtrict: :-0.2.;

*ere iep'csentd: ai' i, rr.mcetm III': pli:. .. < ,VP alven lo I i'te' D J,

f' 'I ': nd COVPM ill.lUiuheon l.-*.' API 7-- Pi'osen-' 1 if PIS. ji"ip" :y.'cMuiti'.'. : i I was !burn anil\ "ri'iircd in (Clay County, attending
I tj'tii'n' of 'Ttie Ci-'ii'Mxlon'! Flout ,tc-p .i. School murrie l Flnridu Kivl
rtu kv
of the ClaH ) ne.t.ikers 'I I tii Hi.: < 'lii\' (Connly a

Council in :l.n'cl"' ''jr ( 'antatn. 8 p. m. Conmii'Jl'.j1i.'hurch ci.l!" aiirl Ciui'l Wn J'C'1 >e<' Emma Smith in 1J! :'(B. I rmve been u taxpayer( /

.n :Maivh 29 :Mrs. Haze: Publif! Invite Ipllfl'III"C; sinct1
ELECT /
Satur nv.: Apr 9-Eake *alj !
Huinliorit, exccuti." so'ip- jiil-o n'lip-isrl" lhir s ,0- i.Mis i.

tary of th" Lauiu'iv:: .V' Di\ I :,ponsore'l bv: StVilllar.i ,- Rnnios.. by prcsvnt.in: "> h' I am a memlipr' of the :Methodist Church of

ROYTYRE C'eincri A'-sociiitljii. "'rf"o: aji II.oon..<\iar: Sop'etv) : 8 :'JO:postcfflceTucsd".v. n., m. null | i. Illi nil atitoinillir' I 1 : c'O'!. |IDI Oninuo I'ark. A member .of the Agricultural Stabiliution -
Keystone
informative: talk: on% !?*::u's I lor" ltp-| '/liijance! an-l supooiiI mid, iC'inist'i'vation Service, Chairman of
A' I'JVamiii: ; s
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.rd flbois and their r rper :ui.ilia \ r. I The Blue aileVhlll'! .''anl'o.t under Civil
Club business mentiitf and l.'nard of I', S. I PPllt.> | of Agriculture
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to <1'<
Fii'ny pioved
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coi e'' ctlon of ofllccisCitv :! fJ, .-:' Defence. (Cattleninm: Association, Pa"t :Master of
White team wo i
I !HilIA' The :
The poun'll op--vo1 PH ') hall: <-un..ll: lowii.re ''. c:, I i of 7 to 0 hut bol'itinms Cibul: I.ndgt i> No. t 11l Pn: .'. lor MA:; / n :.scor"
unllj: Nl 'ht event It iidits Cltv'cctlna C'IIlCI shoe1 thnt tup-, hadpiurtlcccl Ka.-.te'n) Star t :Nn.: 15, York Rite lint I lies: and :Morococo -
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14 at 6 p. 1.1. in thrf Co'r1d'E. '
llai.
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7 :w cay
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I cafetoMnnn.' Tl' rllilgentl/ c'jila! ; Templi,,''*.
COUNTY Bennett Wednodiy. Apr. I ij:: -K.eft \ .1
tralnlnn
ro-.errd dish supper \\1'1 be one HomemokPis' Club, 10 n I :spilnti 1 was cmplo.vetl for :six year.-" by t the Florida

COMMISSIONER ,, ::10"' ,'d by a talent 01 fa8" i'. Co-op moetlna 10011Thursday. .. The elepi ntaiy wads: .. PROMPTLY State Kiicintr ( 'ommi,,: "Don'it' atli! I
I the mov'.o :
ill: Fhow .
1 Apr H -Kevstnnp
Patrol for
Florida
wurkinu with the HiKhway
The same, m.vvlp.vas
District 4 Clay County Keystone memboi-''t"ut1" !- PTA mfetln?, 7 :30 !n. if j I Tuesday
". liwi'd' bv t the hi"h "c'io' >l oiV.'ednesdav :; hi h two year-: *, I ivMyned to >r" into business: i : for myself
\Ii' credit
VOl'H rating
,1 '! the jneetlna \ eicHerman rlviol lunchrorm: P'vjui-am'! : byI : Ket-p : : { by m etiiH -
Proceed from '11.1(11.1.1 l in farmincr. i-attle and! timber-
I licinjr (
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nfJvyrr
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:Mrs. I
Pa ton. Mrs Krauie's clasH all liniinclitl obligation: promptly.
I
. An Experienced Businessman For A More Rr.'oll: ,J.v ou lack the ready cash to pay bills lanil. At the present: I am n pulpwood broker.

i Business-like County Government The next. Itlld Mrs meetlnjf F.r! tsun.:: th'K s-'U"fny! Srhool Classes vil'l' Easter puitles and: !Fpitori ilon't jeopurdi/e >our credit .standing1 l II yIfttini If eU'cteil. F will not be dictated! by any person orr "

,-. huntsUIP hpl l Thuu.nrof ;, them pile See UM for H lo 'iial interest M and will always vote onex
:Mitone Club wl1! !br''J :r-.IJ enjoy an Easter E-.JK hunt at < ; up. < ,>* Kroti[>

j to a m. \Wednesday.Vp: 2 d'j;) 'iit;, : Cuuniiviham hmn: <"I 1'iiJ::! this week! for somi' o' the i-ost personal loan that will wipe the slate 1'i, i issue: on the basis: of what I think is right

Capable nt Clav Elcctrlr.Tw : ,i, r.'iday, The younger; c-i-iunri'' :: 'jlementary .students.Mrs. clem; of nil debts.! Then repay the loim in
for the old friends along
rn'\I'SJT1r'; CIltJt,1 of Kay Sunderland and Carol Stiono! and Mr !Krau<- installments! out of income. I am Ki'uteful many

Qualified nty-one adults an? Warren classes: a
..<..uth were acceptpJ In'vmfrnbershl.3 I>ir :Madeline:! Sin th. wll1hac :' : having a play at an ar ;emvc ; KEKI: YOUIt CKEDIT; (COOI; ) liti/en in Clay County. If elec etl. I pledge to cooperate

Fair To All : of the Ccjinnvn-: hunti this SaaircJa/" >n April 13 Thpy 'v II! ii.opicsent with the other Hoard! Members, County

ity Church at the P ln tSO:: p. m. at the educational thii: play to the PTAon Ol'tkials and county employees.Elbcrt( .

ilny worship service and sl.tn-1 \building.ThrrB: April 14Mr. .
He Stands For Greater Progress KEYSTONE STATE BANK
Infant daughter of :Mr will DP two ldrntt'-nl I | Chit r'es' HiltrM.snn: o.

For" ALL Clay County. !\fls, Myron Pi-evatt worship cervices on Easter !I she Clav Electric! has bJ'in: ,i O. Sounders

');tntI21'd at this time.Tr Jr.0"1'I F/utiday at 8 and 11 a. m Sti.i- I cries of lessons\ on PlortrlcUyIn .Member F.D.I.C. Keystone' Height*. Ha.

ch'jrph eholr ,*' ? day School at thotioil 1' ulH: the Home Krnntml.'": If "Your Friendly Rmk; Tn Your Friendly

".toj Poltll....' Aot,. 'J'it! tti na t"r r .itpin 'in.i I ..;?: !> :.10) ';''a5; TileV'n! = ,,, "II, "" '1 '* c: ... (:' ......, I
':' ''Th :. '' '. !r.C'j": .1, '! '. !!:::t1 :: ::;. ...''t.1 1:1\: .". ,ir il 'i *>!. I -"'Iftr TVIIC.M. -. < (f''ntn>t'II"'f\

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Keystone Rally I third District 2 candidate lace by responsible citizens PEACE PIPEPATTER Included WP.IV n daughter/ ant, I d"rful pies. She has been a Heavy Rain I :ject has potential IIw I Father Kelly

sula: that. If elected he would "\vho wanted a candidate for I lu-r family of Oi-l.imlo: anil, HdiiiiKliter. I little) under the weather a 1o. $:OOO.; rcto"j

-- Held tvi be dictated to by any person all ClOY County." : nun. imd ulster of :, Wlih the symptoms she de- Marked SundayIn The Idea was written' Leaving Soon

Saturday I of special Interest group I District One 08InI'8vll1. | scr'b.d. measles are tie; 1 ic- special National Dcfensu KducatUm For Lake WalesFather

and would always vote his Incumbent School Board 1 ( From rreredliiR. Pa re1 }ot,.. nnil :Mm Jet-k Edward cal answ.'iAc" any rate. wei CountyA Act projet-t KecK'll :ict-

- (From Pl"C"e.-dln/C/ Pace] convictions. Chairman Robsit!! N. Fatte.-- Jinkins of Ju-kaonvllli, spent I lu Tee.in .- 'lily! designed H s110l'lll: IBM: Thomas
for express our feeling-, towui'i i fli-p fllo.i: to report :! l$ dry Bradford( County was, U l F i I and I haven't violated any: law School Board I ron bidding! for re-elcrtion in cur school.! !I the weekend vinltlDK*> lila: (Clients
A new Idea was injected Into District One told of Improvements and l b"OUII'I'11'" : end: Tho Art Wheeleis! report the number (for records) of In Sta rke. is being
L"dccldln to run aiuin.: The council is trjiiia:; t' I Ir rt 1.4 Inch rainfall more than translei-re|
the School Board Dlrtrict I to the s'hools..em. Mrs. Jack .ll.iklns: and 1 Tom-' Its author. title typo
: the books
the have couple of new to Holy Spirit
a parishr
When I went on the board 11 r stress the Import.inn or proper half the 2.6 Inch average for : !.\k
.t race when William :M. I BUI 1 during the four yoir.These ..-. i 1 my. Tommy end his parents tm-I of hook, federal project( number -
nqo, people couldn't !Jet I I pif-t clothing and appe;: ;!ranre: I ants: C. B. Arnold has : the. entire, month of :\Iarl'h.Ol'l'ol.ctll11 Wale, effective: April l lFather :>
:years Beam suggested a "eountv- include raisin tacher I have Just (Unbilled, moving Into out from Gjine-ivilla and Mr.! (flf any; ), date purchased
Florida! Forest .
th to the -
ot : student Our K'lly has
to their homes becauM1 I I aTonK our apt : : J.eel1:
bad roads in tl,!.' cl1. t'.let." wide mobile concept" for tlv I salaries som." $1.200 nnnualh. t.earancp ha, n lot to do wilh. their new home a ti-alior.\ miMi'x.) David Slzemore aa.1bob.v Sprvtce.Biiul.iy's. I nnd cost.It I parish here. fone: vttin' "
1 use of teaching aids to overcame the coh-itinctlon of 33: nen Mr. and :MM. litown'a gui"-.t.i have' locntel' here from U strictly a records )keeping d'
Murrhoe said He po'.ntod! to I the WilY we tire .ludacj 'r1 .hcv.m1y 1 I ,dehiffe resulting rhre yeari. and run ft',' !o)
"our isolation" in K">Y.storE 'Innrooms In the county on'two 'for the weekend I were their Bedell which, ??
Si' 1 says
OMi I;! Mr. morc! Is connected device '
new tJ\e 'f'ire, disturbancennd harge of
:32 O:! miles of hard rond. e w act, ) ve from the tornado ( n St. WllliPm
HelRhts. He said suoh n-ln-lnw end! iliiiiKlilpr, Mi. ,
: RymnnMums one oi mipuHn1temltntM
new Gainesville's the county
with new will
library critically In the give in'o"lon nt Jnn
and n now .shculd lojk nt oiirs'lvs! 1 tumultnu wcnthor Keystone
poUiiiK place( 1i"1I.
aid could be obtained through them at Keystone: H.:l<>;h'sTronrnms and "".,. Joe Tat a.ifl( cliild- Rp1 DI1 rn" restaiirant.; A office II record IIf' |I.
_ _ ns accomplishmentS! and dress! oenI'1' aiap"opr1ately. ':. southern pint of the Rtnlp.pOUl'ed "' St. Mary's miauoiMacdenny. : ,]

federal prrants and moved on In physical education len of G.iineHVillu. book and the order -
welcome U In stVelot each library
tne Tldb'ts"iir friendly 2.3 Inches the S.in- well
on on as
Iurln<: his membership Tep e ai the iroJ
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trailers from school to school o .t. music, and vocational ;Mr.: and MI-H. Wm. I n. Teenbower's In which they appear! on
Commission I' I' student! \ hnn-'ooolc: :, dN'Ui"s -I all these folks. ta Fe Tower an even Inch at (Tram at the State! Prison
as the need arose. IBM welding training have also been I'C'C.t.'I"itOL'S! wereMrs. shelves in each library.
In ta kn't! with 'tht t rneslR'vrl" and. .!Ii the
I). Anthony I Tony 1 Rnker, the: ru'.es! and retnitatloni : Pauline Wallace and :Mrs. the New River Tower Father Edward Klrbv'.
and: other specialized Krfiitlv! expanded dui'lna thl:= / '. I)<-
I find they c\1ov: '
third candidate for the District for .:-"rwi and appearsnc'" t In, Louise I'ol.ind) of \VO st 1'nlniWoncli. are Inches at Lawtey'H LoiilM !lid' cent here from St. P.iui'i
be located nt
n
equipment could time. Patterson snld. l'
: visit with :Mr. acveli'sl
4 Comr.il-.ston po->f. ns'fd !!- our pchoil.Din't I nn I Tower Botli the New RI'I'Iand Ish In St. Petrrsbtir-, ,
for of his! effort county centers, and students Other: speakers on the coun for-'Pt that thfre will .;l itei:. M--S.! Mollle HnJj'jv of Santa Ke TowerS hiul :2.r! THE RIGHT rOI.Vl lui tl 'U"
support transported there for I special ty level included: }!l's. H. A. Bessent spent several the !? wrUb. Come; tu ....u c'e? Father Kelly
to blinK Clay County together; '-(' no 80100! on Friday. API 11 I sister Mr. : .e' hon. Oi. One of ev- Inches for the month whl! way ou
weeks with her
Instruction Beam !said! HP retired! ESt'KHBIUOK .
W. Itt
n\on-tt
Ivey. a Ps returnins customers. Mrrrr'suw at Lawte.V.AveniRp I mwelect your aaV.
!n order to fully develop th? 1. nnd Monday April 1. : Atlan 3.2 Inches' fell -
and : Geo. Mltchel! of
01'8.
also declared that "principalturnover" I burinesman.! bidding! for Patter out of Jackjou 111.-, fouiuan p-n. 'rtl: h
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must stop at the an' p'' st. WA. down on Tuesday and nra-:! : GKAHI1. ",.
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too. pointed to a long: recoro and family brought her home March 10B.1: was 5fl2 inches.nearly
Keystone S hool. and blamed Ray Chant inctimben ::4 clue speckled perch. The
of chic :service starting", double this March and
1\11'11. UHI-
Filmy: Haernoon.! p
interference! by special interest! COllqtA bl". District 4, and his KEYSTONEH'T..1TE -
: : R"' veN think If loiks like these 3.07 I
v-tli! membership on the: fire: nelt's friend. Carrie Gol.-ni: also higher thin the nvernge -
proups! for this condition challenppi. Quincy E. O.TrtI fish are glni to io all :-lsh I I
mrtment when he was In S for the past M yell 1'11.
< i I .... vlHlterl with IIIr Simd.iv.
recent years. .. .
all this Ju..t net-
ft."r year--
*,'n, :Mr. and Mrs. Howard: : A dozen woods fires whirl I Vote For Progress . Vote For
Richard I IDieki 1 Lovorn. Jilts Forl'ljlnlei l tin" a late stat! Is all. .
l'! I other District 3 candl Congieseman Don Fugue [f'rum Preceding Fagrjnjflpcp J : :1101'-1 7.: O. Lvnn's dauarhter. Mrs.
PI' the D1!-tllct 2 Commission sonville last weekend I corded In the county l.m.I i
aaiu\ he was seeking: office nmnlnir with Congressman; : D "oMirn Rain drove O'ef"IJn: D. Anthony "Tony"BAKER
r.itt Harold I1urluncof-: late athndl""HolllldY on ) week.: The drier weather has'
cause of his deep concern for R. I IBlilvl: I :MAtthcwes for th- to return 'Jltle GJ1hl"-,'\\llp on Tuesday and
Oiave; Piik, : ndvorntej moie 'jl" ii'r'-k. Down firn FT5I7 tn Saturday and spent the flijht resulted In more tires In the
the children of the coirinun- new 2nd District sent blastc-: of the daylieiinz
'r miru'o.. ." nllowln eih with, their Hon-in-la\v and p"iit a Rood part first three months of 1HB6-5T\
I Ir. wit' 'icr mother wn :MKsi
Illy. As a founder and chartermember the forelorn ",'I\1' awny' 'pro- I him wllh hli sioaplng) /
.' .iitv more rower la tr>"al ,I ft.hPt"O'1 daughter, :Mr. minI" Mrs.Cheoxeman. ; compared to (0 during thc
o-f the Keyston1300stf'rs ? Trnitin. cltlns aid to Eprypt.Ind'a. CII.o] "r"and-,
ald! t t'lH' Is neccs- "11': tending! to evrril lltir) : Them
at f1al Irs lie :: I 'FW'" INButrli J'SU'OR' same period In
Club. Lovorn said he and Pakistan a. An evamik' I before retiirnlns home. I
sni-y sine DIP new ipapportlor.ment of the Eve1""ft Siwnn, ISo vicl ,nd Anna P'n* have bee.n 391.9 acres burnei,
I Itd'O! !ked toward an adequate of spendlnd American: Fns. son The Chuck' PIlr took most of two weeks In to date this compared to
uway Fo'eq. is now RtaMon"! Sapp/ spent year
education I ]
physical pro- do'lur.i to assist unfriendly from
thear son
count k',,' n' : 'ntatlon. S. with happy! 3() the sriincperioil
- (U.P smaller pr5< .. Rumter. f. vNlting acres over
urnr.i In order to obtain o'ere-I naticii1. He sil-1. we need more t iHp Hrldclburot. OeTninv.iftff Chuckle\ that Ji<" has Juit had
In the lef1I loture. He their mothpI'R., ;: :Mrs. Hiit- last year.
Monn'i"m' fn>-
"'!tit tlon for the school. hell' : from our ft Irnds: In flrhtlrm hdn" At
| 1 a three day rest period away
alr.o advocated new laws t: tie lI'Ilw.l'l1111" Ellpn CI'< .'d FOR
prlbM! himself as "a con- the Viet Con n short Milillf1, foll<"w'n' '
arable: county comm'vlonevto : < R..k.h.'I'I.. iplebrnlpil!<1 III-' -
vat've": '\ and sail: he would EC' Taylor of Oninesvlile "I"eomhnrkr'innt] In Ein-itx( HisnHi'P" Chuckle; ha-, what you call a IBM SystemTo
-Tietid their own rou'J1oney" ; 13th birthd.iy with il-iy- Sioul, County Commissioner
to' "'lIl1In'f !I" P"t. Hbo'tFox I
'xamlne! nil expenditures speaking for Matthews wh- "frcnt row lIl'ather3 the Be Tried

by returning more oft'p '.'sure full value for aU money I could nrt be peser.t.: rerH"e'' q ::, R 1J4'12) ''57'!. '77:11ITem. Troop I 109. action' Is roncern-d, so the ':a;: District Four
: -pent.CJfome. that :Matthews snonorted n Oimpnnv much At Lawtey School
I folks are lsd! he! not a .4
and fifth hoe
_ E.; Cherry also runnlnnIf gindi: .1.
pnllcv that It was better to /( 0')1P4) Hutch All Is well
E. I annf'. Keystoiv needed breather.
District 2. sail his 'IntformtdocatecI ri'port"j :Melrone llgll School and h,-i iCI.IHS 'I
It close relationship] ..o'jr.cllmnn. and the third necotlate! ,thhl'lIt! nn'1irnf.i working nultp; Inrd with sonic nifitliniN. :ncrninnnnying v.lth! him-it. IH last that his The State pppnrtmpnt of YOPNG

between th' Commission and .anuldate in District. 3. said \; than with the 11'n "''erk-tyKt! 1f>b. nfl thum went, tn: b"ln'Ovcol' there four ant oem'hnlt -I Education, has appioveil an

the! School Board. particularly: that the price of freedom and Amr 1'I'I1n! Bol.liers:! 'hat.. diirlni his first romrian '' :Io1l\rlnpll\n" this Krlilay for :" ( months seems more ll'c-1' experimental grant oj% $"iOO AfJfJIlESSlVECAPARLE
'! and that .Ta koon Bryan of Pnl-Uka.( me't' the' he wis n'iod: : In' the .Schoo'
In: the matter of the budeet.Elbeit Ubcity is vl<( I.\nce. IIpr'lnlilting'/! four and one-vin'f years t-< for Lawtey Junior High i .

D. Sauncl?13. toe ''he schools have the treman, -andate! for the Stiff Seualr; f-hpra-e' of th" ('omaySlIf" :\111'0"'ompn RiskPtbitll lovi-l one waltlna his : r for work on nn unified IBM

'Ions task! of ino'dini' national! In G-oup 8 of 2tv1] Con' ireslonnl liir-h hid: been P'HCC on n library curd! record.- "YiltI'm.PI'lnplll .
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team lost to McCoy; lit :McCi-" ):; The fi'hin "Three/ :A-.i-: EXPERIENCED.
chal eater. LaHue sAid th it! ) District spok 'n fio fruck. and nenrlv froztf; 'urhM Kus.sell" nedell.
Friday nlht.Iclrose;: : men lo.st "c"tprs" o' Pl.int City
MURRHEE sell niulatlon":! Is repjftnan.to :. of home riilt. for small conn- l";nth when the wen1surt! their game nlsn. Tim W' 1)\PI' the wepkenrt IT rio om'fi"hlnjf who clad the brain work on the I SINCERE

Insurance Agency him. and declared he '\\vamunoing tie'- thnt will no longer! have r'enlv turned f">l-l! !and h"nuldn't >- their List !Ramp fOI' this vear" ; with Roy Griffin. Oils proposed new system, says i h:

I against a "couple of Choir, own r-'presentatives.: leave the cafe unto UtJI'Url&tA Hrldgp Rro\\nh'j{. Payee Wi'ls I and will enable the county school I

General InsuranceFTRK qtrnl t'I'S" who- e specie! Ir other state rnres. J. rSipr "U31'dpd net R coat. 1st piece, Mrs. W. .1. Gi-o- Wives WllJInms enjoyed sou.e to keep a record of earn o-- BAKER

p\FrTV, M\ '-avi- him a "case at mcnta1> I of Orcen Cove Sprint-; : 1 'T'\KF. SU.K: lick: :Mra. Phil Kramer! ; 2ml grand cat-hjs v.lth Rov and the thousands of l.brnrv hook t S S is the MAN
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JUNE A"TO-RO ') %indirection," LaRue rftferrel r>nkp fn" Ch'bernntorlal cnn- Th St WHUnm's! Altaro- -- pare' Mrs. I'nley DoVfl, :Mrs, A'lar' and some wcnderfu', and even:: te'l' the order: In

Keyto: .,.. ""lv..t... 1".47'1R to "prayers and! eru-oui '<' !\ '1r:'tco' Pt>';eit Kl'i:: Ill"h: F f-tv wl'l' h"!H n tm'in'e' ,! Ir John Strawn; 3rd" place, .Mi... fl'ri f |i's with Betty Ava which they j no on the shelve.

I mont for him to enter t.v" L Walker. Palatka nnvorpikt ront of th Ipvoton" o-3t of Kmery: Cooper! Mrs, R 1 1'. Olrnn.! June and Jean. In He hid a.sked' foi only $IMi( Political Advertisement Paid For By

I in hnhAlff Sot)tt Kelly: 'ice on Snt'ir'ftv, from, *l 30 P Vojth: 4th plnce ;Mrs.: Frnnoli their several days of fU'ilna for the project but the stite:, D. Anthony (Tony) Baker

'tit G. \V. B'iforrt of Jickson-:! m. until noon Mrs.. Iprm Cle- Pyle. :Mint les.ln< Huthoiford., I they
William M.BILL tile spoke; lorE'l 01)1'1'111)1'9u'n "rnnns is i-hnlrmnit: of the The ,Tnnlm'YomAna Club 40) bass and f 60 to 70

B event. held l n biiHlness nl'tingf'1I': speckled p"rch ca-zh!;! a'

Hirrls! of Jnckionvll'e! roiirs NEW4Keystorn : 28th. The new officers eleeterl.Mrs. : nlirl,t. no less! !
iD ell 111 ''ok.. for En1 HiiTls. find .
hT ted fonftjillct Klmo Ysiboroug-.i.! President I Not to be: out-.m"! Jictffl KEYSTONE
ite for StatTrensurev:: : ;, mini >itt.- w I the] tlnh-pi.'lttes o' ; Mrs. Htmnon Kelly Vice HEIGHTSMELROSF
-hed Tuesday morning rl"ht, '
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'11' Kopflousos of S'arko I
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< -i Mil nnia lin"! Florid': President : Mrs Russell Hotigherty. ;
hen in the front of 'he vnJend "
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For -11:1': for James E. Jonns of F 'I," who atc'-el' : the> Secretary Trensurer. It .
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Tallahassee attorney an'll! .. "a1 white! foi:>f tb-ii! oam.ivi .. was voted on anti passed to I' BUSINESS OIREiTOR'frI'I.I.NcEs
he and T. wrnt t
non.! son C. ?
CLAY COUNTY itr for state Senate 'i", | H nurtlculnr PVI o!> v.ltl hold only four meetings a yenr. ,
SCHOOL BOARD th South shore andamp'
Oiouj, 25. !r l p1wPI'1ho: will\ ho senn The "t"'tllldfonL..v;: in May -
hornwith It
6 more biss.t
S-n Hai-vv O Stn'tr-n. o' mr "'xt s-ason. :Makes! as feel will be the. nc":t meeting dt, : <'. I Is
seems everyon getting: a
"A'II1)1n.) al]-o a candj.li m je ir: ike poniivr" our IJM tons t' I Minim NOTICES: Rood! shnie of flt-h. lately. \ i MELROSE ,HOME: ; REPAIR;

-- Proven Community Service -- -Sroim> 25. spoke; In hi! own '-now) that K<-vtonhas! :> poiv" April! 2nd The Epacop! l Well, if you are like the rest FEDDER'SHEAT I 1

behalf. ...,7f'' ..o fn r in such a shjrt: Ipl1tl'r'f church hi.l n Humm .Jtf! RIle / Auto Service Want Paneling?
of U"--lIftl'I' "
.. I dJlnz: th voun'i'tins I

tf.Yolunteer time. at HIP pnrrlnh' house I .111' Easter .hormht.h m__. ____ ._ .t'nuiworcer __ PUMPS Need Shelving?
.1 In las'\ verY successful. I Richard J Thursday's play of I Doors Need Fixing
: I Hike me ) -how can so KOK YEAR I
'ROl'NDCO.MFOKT
NEWS NOTES the Keystone; Woman's Oolf I The :Mclroso :MrtJiodiil' much morth b,' left after the Former Owner J. L. Motors!' CALL:

Association, 13 Youth class \ : MacclennyOcncial
I player pnrtlcliwtert attended the SP'dnr TH nt th! money'?? KEYSTONE
In the! is-hnl'1\ mntcii I MiiK-jjadah. the home ser- .
With that\-- a joyous nnlbles : Repairs I
which! !saw :\Irs. Lon vlre of the -- CONTACTREDFEARN'S
f From Preceding Pace I ITl tushtoi. beginning/ of the pd Easter to aJl.CEthurotH. Home Repair
post' a 72 for low ret )).,n'1I9 .Jewhh)i Pn:noveiin one of the C New & Used Parts
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( it 7 10 .
t t> in, A'->rll 1 II 1 1i & Service
t.nd M-s. E F. Alki>ncon.1! Hebrew "hlllp" In G.iineivllli Improvement

M.,"i' ie n Ivmc i'm" .inApill mectlnr] 1 1fl of-tn Lh" with 73. In the nlne-hrl plav- j Good' Kii'lay' Hi'rvliie: for the APPLIANCESFor I. Standard OH Products I P. O Box 12

cut of the six parll"pniits.{ i rhiiri'hei of ;Melrono will I hI' Keystone( Heights Fla.
thn Free ;
A l\hy in meetliff OIHB.CTOIVV I Estinifilen .MELKOSE
J :Mrs. Mar,h.mll I held in I ho Eliiim;: 473-4735
_ be a covered( dHli li'nch- Oallop; va to i I DiptuetChurch. Phone
>n when new clrnlr1-! cbsir-) I l.'h a net 32. and :Xis. TIm, i Rt'v.Vatll! of the I Keystone Heights47.M252 General Contractor Sp -

"liJ 3uMiin:: :Methodist Church will deli : ; !: SMALL
non nnd circle memlC.f) hip took scco: d I nl.ice: p i Baptist I USED CARS rlallzlng In the

L H be '"inoimced.in '1'Itl1 37 IhP mensHffc.: First Baptist Rev J. D 1 Jobs for the ('on.enlenHuf

____ Ir : i.owsiiH ru-n ,......................................--,........." I'I tll.IoI.o"e EttsteiSumrl'ie) : i prvir! > tar Bowen. pastor.) Ralph Cor" T .V Service Center Hanks the Hnmeouiier.Serving ,
T'tlr'v! ficmbi'rs" onffve! Ktun "roniniunitv will land organist: \ I J It. TIIIKS.! ProprlPtorABthorizod Used Cars Clay and

'n ."Clil nrt ,. n.ii.i aue.t he. held, nt| the :Molro Be.-ioh: Worship services, : Sunday 1 Motorola Phllci Bradford Counties
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1 O'} Lake Santa J F'e. Pr. James sales and 1 !ServiceServIce I5KJ(;
I ; o! the Hn\\'thoii! >e Clu1- '1ELROSE E j n. Nenle, ]inntnr of FaithI'r"Sb.tl'l'IAn U a. m., 7 1 ::30 p. on. I limi-iierj Oi All M.ikr. CASH DISCOUNT

lUTlVh 31Axfl poenJ. Wednesday 7-30
it! : : p. m TV RADIO I
HTEKKOfnlAYK IIRSE flY
Church. will TEn1: l S
By Sally; ItothimammerA&AAAA4a..A&AA4aA&AAAj i Sunday School 1 0:45: a. m
'V'nlmp'ien. club "ir-'ns : I IJlr. TV
bring the :
K.mter
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}Fireman. 11 i years. i r.,nt l c'lalrman of ..he! ov \ (nursery open) Training.\ (Onion Work O'lamnwpd-TV Rentals BUY SELL O.C.Carnes Nuriery: ]

City Councilman 6 )'eal's. %< s committee inno.incnr! .. I The ehUh..n) nt Methodist' 8:30: p m. (riui.sery openl) Kf>v.tnn.. HrriithU.... 471-4HAI! TRADE
Church will hnve .in Faster:: Hlwi..v 100, F1orahoflieMIles -
-Past I'resident PTA hat thinew. I'JonOS\04: ;( !
b.v-lovj haven Rt. 1
: .KgK I Hunt during the Catholic BOX: ao SE of Stark*
Sunday: AUTO
-Past (President Lions Club. prepai] "d President: H1n I ;: and Mr!<. Carl Cox I Si.-honl REPAIRGoetzman Nursery Stuck Thou*-
period next Sundny. St. Williams Fr. Thon,&.- huN 100 ..
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-Former Sunday School Superintendent.Former ',m !ins 'nlleti ail exoctltlvtc guests for Sunday were their Colored] s. St.n-Uf. ands of Plant at FruIt
eggs) should be brought Kelly priest In ciwirge Mrs.
Church Trustee. ( rrt mc"n'i for 2 ji m opAPI friemls, Bernie and Dive: \ 'tl- ti) the ; Bros. Tr e s to chooM from. Nice;
parsonnKe: before S.l tllI-- E. A. Lanjii. or\ ai 'II! 13. :X'omb''rs' vI.l 1 lion of Gainesville BverpwnJfr.
miscisIqt ] Suttmid.iynight II l Shade Tre .
-Volunteer Ambulmce: Driver. i.v nuon. Masse: Sunday. 0:15 GarageREPAIR WE
: a. m HAVE
the Cox's OOOD All .IS
: in yettitift: tip (die edncailrrnl \ attended the Landscape Plants.
-Former 8t'CI'etllryIasonic: Lodge. I bitilclinu! : room to" p rncps In Oiiinesville, I S'Ol'TSTroop sloius 5 to 5:30: p m. earn Sat- WORK containers plant A5V.

-Acthe in Boy Scouting. )ved11, !i liii'he-' :" a> Ralph J. Canon o8111.1'/ 109 of ;Jlelrose: went urday. NfOTOR BODY PAINTfl'GPORTABLE Used Cars!! and Trucks time Camellia A azalea.

'' Lake to Cold: Head Branch for overnight Novena snob Benediction WKLDINO Let do ..' Jancftapln
'in) on Ap' ii 14. VoluntJera near Pulatka. visited his us yo.
'." needed! for both days. pal'entsrr.:: and Mrs. R. ;M.: campout Friday. Edwin Momdoiy, 7:30: p. m Also Lawn Mower*-..4>otbonrdMotor At Saving Price Phone 6849063"ACKAGE

Elect A Proven Leader Cason. A Rothhnmmer, Brent Baldwin *
daughter: Mrs. Cecil -Intrrdemonln.ttlonalCommunity Well Oft It For You
IfarriH of VV'elakn spent the Rick Vheeler. Chuck Ormsbee, hwy 21 Keystone HeIghts/ If We Hon'i I
\ ('I.I'"U1I'dd In the TEI.E GAry ;JfcCurc: Church Dr I Have It STORE
(Pd. Pol. Adv) (ron\J' brings results. tiny with them last Tuesday.: Jim Tommy Jlnklns A. C Halt minister? Mr. Next to Drive-In Theatre .

Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Coonerspent Martin. Lnrcnre Haroer. Oeorge Cano\u. Plume 47S-3104 Vernon Buff GaraorllD. THE BLUE PINES
Saturday in Thomaavllle.Ga. Patti: ;:\101'1'1811'; : :'olal'Un.nd 0l"tl'tU11.'it.' Nltes & Sun. 473-3183 -- .

Scoutmaster Glynn Rothham- Sunday School. 9:30: a. mfonnlng Ilwy. Store &
visiting her brother Eddie 100 Keystone HrU. Package
I Ragan.; flier participated In the c.imp- \ Worship. 11 ft. m I Auto Sale & Service LOUNGE
I Nursery 473- 4570 COCKTAIL
out. open both hours],
.' RE-ELECT ;:\11.... John S. Rrlner has

been admitted Into the Bradford -Epl .co.msI Authorized Dealer For Open 9 A.M.-I:! P. M. Deep
.,v.VVYVvyyvvvy'vyyyINDIAN Chrysler Plymouth Valient
County Hospital this St. Anne's. Rev W. W I Simca BEAUTY SHOPKEYSTONE Sunday

I week;31r: and )Irs. Ray Elrt aI'eI BEACH WorstaU. vicar: R. O. Cope. I Trucks- International Scout 4-Whee Harvester Dance Music Every of Saturday Connie) and Nlh
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organist,
0. J. ilirrlice Sr. DriveClayton .

i- ,I getting the Al.H-huu along General sutttfictory Hospital in Morning Prayer and Sermon RevelsChrysler.Plymouth 4 KHLXS The FlrrtaB EAST OF

2nd
{Lake Santa Fe and 4th Sundaj-s
In Uaine-svllle. ) BEAUTY KEYSTONE HEIGHTS!: !
- Mrs. F. Sr.Wull 1:30: a. m. (Jiui-sry open 1 SHOP
:Mr anti :Mrs. W. O. Preston .U'II& Mlllrr. Holy Eucharist ,

attended" a dinner at the y y yyyyyyy.. y Let and and sermon INC. Edith Iobnon. Own
3rd r LAKE LOTS
Sundays. 9:30
COUNTY COMMISSIONER' I Ueorjre : A "VOBODY TTNDERSFXLSCLAYTON !
Wn.ihlnKton Hotel
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: Jai,'k'onvtlle as you know by the M. t nursery open). ChurJ: Personal Lake Geneva $3500:l (TermJlaJ

I Thursday night.Ir hectic rush, It is Easter Bunny School. 9:30: A. M. "Huly EuhaJl.t REVELS"IOSO &: Creative '- and :
Mrs. R. P. Vogh's Tlnir again! Let me stop -mht 8 a. m. each Sunday N. OrangeGrtrn Hair Styling Trailer Lots $300 up (TernU
I guests two COVP
for
DISTRICT 4 weeks were Springs 2S4-981I BROKER
now and wish ventng\ Prayer, 7:30: P. MORTGAGE
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her I1I..ce.II': and ]trs. you :yours\ a Individual
A. A. Beauty !SERVICE!
Care APPRAISAL
wond-Tful day. :May tho true each Sunday. EYC. 6:?' P. M\. ,
rit'nnpclctto Kvery
Form
< of BOll ton, !Mass. each Sunday. .SPRING MOTORSComplete of Beauty Cult tin Asaoclates:
nie.ininv of the occasion forceus
Mr\ and Mrs. W. ,
A. Wallace 473-4818
Mr M.
( .P'I' to stop and rememoer Dally offices offomlnM! Service & Parts Po- Open Tueg.-Sat. Ilgen.
wentheir 9-5 473-41S3
Keystone Heights L : luncheon guests 'I ; Capt. R. Lovom,
Kingsley Friday IIP WHY and WHERE that and Evening Prayer 8:00: A VOLKSIVAOEN"If Closed Monday Realtor

I Col Emma K.: Vosrel's/: sis gave us its beginning. Car M. and 3:00: P. M. ItsTo A Volkswagen Keystone Height 473-4800 5.E.McKay,

Lake, McRae, Belmore, tel'Irs.. L.. .McLaughlin Mayor\ : Is for peace! for the Presbyterian We Have It" KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

vhole] world. Always Plenty of Oood Used Phone 473-4814
of :\r. .
nllko. :
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Minim was the Vo.gl'I's Palth
County at Large guests :March 29-31st. Mr and Mrs. Albert V ..nVetta Presbyterian Churcb : .. .Volkswagens. In Stock Electrical Sales & Service
-Rev. J R Neal. J, mln "... rn. Inrln. 'lJUq,!".
enjoyed having their
Cliff Kirk broke his arm at ister; Mr*. W. Wallace I I .4IJRANTSBeidler's
iaiiRhter. Anna Lee and\ he" or- -
football practice last AuTO !'
week. Tanlst t tfrs.: Carl Swisher, SERVICE
Bruce and Ellen Rothham- farr.lly visiting over the weekend :- Yeoman's Electrical Holiday
IIAPTJST. ELK. MOOSE. WILL summer ol'ganlst.Sunda. .
APPRECIATE: YOUR VOTE AND men spent Saturday with irons Hallt'ndalFI'l
their KING'S
SUPPORT IN THE COSIIXO( I1EMOCKATIC PRI.MARY.: FIRST IN ousln., nanny Rowe of Lake year old grandson Bobby man- Morning' ." School.Worahlp 9-14; .. m Sales & Service Restaurant

EXPERIENCE. PROVEN: IXl'HITYCPm.!:(: Lily. iee.1 to out fish the whole Sunday! (Nursery Ham Service Station CiMler New Owi> *hIp

RELIA tILE-:: I EFFJ('I ENT.;: :Mr. and :Mrs. Olynn Roth. "-ans by catching himself a Hours. I open both USED CARS AT Frlgldalra Appliances OIL PARRDE9

trimmer gave a combined nice: S pound bass I Mrs. Van- BARGAIN PRICES Maytag: Washers "hi*) Fond Mod ratal, Trl*

O. J. MURRHEE SR. birthday party for her parents Netta wrote on the note that Zenith and Motorola TV PKN: 7 OATS WEEKLY-
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Mr.\ and Mrs. C. R. VVealey the main activity of the others ELECTRIC Slegler Heater Pull Dinner T.unrhM
A Al*> .n fund*
Cla8lUIedd MitaJl
Sunday afternoon. There were was just visiting and sating In the TELE- AND ACETYLENEWELDLNO

22 present with friends berrle* Uko.6 pinto of trafv GRAPH brine result P. O. Box 1M Heinee PIZZA PIES
(Paid political advertisement paid for by O. J. Murrhee. Sr.) dropping BEER
by aU evening. Guests berries and three pints ot.I. fttnun *>t
BCELRO9E t' -JlSl 1 L Block! North of Red LU
b1&ckberr1e&D1a Into won ICCTSTON'JDL KBOOKT")
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yy,1 class celebrated Pioneer Day I'I Patty Pnrrlsh of Jncksonvllle.! I ..................YYY. wIt.,, 7anl. Illirglnbothians. ginning tnd containing on". wherein Krtetnan. RairlnK-r; Jr.

Thursday: at the :Mamie Agnes 1 \,_... :Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smithentertained PLlntlfrIS.\ KInuT Illiticmhuihum half sore. mire. or !10'0". Also 'I l>. I And Betty Keg-Inter. h > UNI,'
Jones Elementary !School.: For with tnd Charlrnu Pr\"L'\ .,crlb il' an niock S Kant l.twitv arc Plaintiff. and tin nun, ", VUnderbill
Sunday a liofpnUtinr.aNOTICE FlOrIda n" > .. l and nuttrt and Uoicann, > I
thu ()('('[ll1lun the Kills weredrcHsivl CLAY HILL mai p < i h-
surprise birthday dinner honIng -- :-/ ; OF SAl.K upon. I th'* HiiiulU* irords: of drhlll" I 1 hi I.* wife' ar' I I' !.' wlnH -
i (! In long UIC-SHCH, and their daughters Roxann Nnllfo !IS htlehy ti\t"n ..Illttpiirrtuunt I.mil'foul ('outity Florida: ii I til.. lirnlfrnd .5''....10 I ..r
By Mrs. A. C. S.l&de old fashioned bonnc.ts. thr how Smith und Mrs. Henry Caruso I to unil I tn Btrtfl iir.l i HI |>ulll, uiiitlori, to ,the. li.nl.i.m ; .- lucid Court will "ell t',i" i ,il...,. .
I) Phone 2894191VAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ In blue Jeans cowboy shirts I 117 Mrs. Howard Padgett uunr*' with the rintil,I <|irit', or n nl lti*.t lilililer for rash, at Infr property nltuatf in Hi.id,
on their birthday.: Enjoyingthe I.'r-e Insuli'i's,nt<'n>(il I In this this I I'Ju- door of tho UrmlforJ, ford Cuss ii t y. Florida, t.. sLots t
( boots and hats. The cafeteria I occasion with the Smith Phone 2831132AAAAAAAAAjkAAAAAAAAAAA online on th.. 4th (lav of .April, Ccnnty Court llnune. In Stark, Sight' (s t) .anil .' s., < ''
joined in to help the class by and Caruso family 1''fill' tlti' ,1111, <\" ,,,1.n..l. aft I'Uir I Vlorldu. tiurlnir the leKal hours. of ni.Klt. Two 12)) In, I 1". .linf'
Bit. Zion Baptist Church preparing a pioneer meal )f family ,.r said "-"urt. will I Hell I tinh !r..l.! .if sit Ic, t,,-wit'W..IlA I : O'clock.Noun l Park Hillj-dlvllon. i. ,M. i>r,>'
f Song1 practice Is held were Mr. and Mrs. :Marvin .\\ 'mir, ill-**,I'HM'I! ro.il inuurt| ) :: on April. I I 14, I'.lOOLiiinvl ..d In Pint Hook X.: .'. flU.
every beef pot pies. corn. collards. I Green, and family and :Mr and We the attend. ci!iuuti* lit HiuUforU" C.iuiit.S ', -it Stark", Brait r.r.1 Me r.*c'i>rd of ftrnilf .nil < .5-
Tuesday night! at the church corn pone milk and a fruit Mrs. Napoleon Deese all of are proud of ru.rktn.\ towltCoiniiuii : County, Florida. thin) April r.ih& ly Flond.i, HeNlolIlH, : ( T..WM
Starting at 7 p.m. There has pie for dessert. The class has ance we had In Sunday School nic nt tln Inl'r.tlon ..",.- I 1944. ship 0 Mouth. Itnnici- JJ Ka.,tIn
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Mr. and Mrs. Pat
I ,leeji a very good attendance been studying Middleburg, 102 present. of thu l.uwt.v "11.11..11.; .'- I '!SEAl. OP nrirriT C'OI'HTItll'l nradford (roiintv, FIord:i
early pioneer Caruso and children Mr. and Everyone remember. Church iiurtf Kotid and !"iiwt I<*y Dud CIIAItl.lC.S l A. 1 n\HKY a* public outrry to th" highs'
i,it the church for practice and days In history and have :Mrs.: James Peterson, Jimmy I IliKlilttnd I Komi.. unit sunning t'harlea. A Imrl.v. .'k-i'k, of th.i. bidder for ituiih, nt tin-. w'. o:
i iveryone is Invited. Following worked hard on pioneer displays Sunday with dinner on the I Knit: itlonir Ilu. Noitb" MUIft Circuit Cniiri of Hrndfnril. Colinly 1 fri-nt door of th* County, nHotno .
g practice refreshments are ser for the Bell and Marvin Thompson ground at noon. Dedicationwill Iuwtvy nn classroom.
An all of Jacksonville Larry His- be nt 2:30: p.m.UIKTIIDAY li'iuil! 213 r"'.,t tn n i.ulnt Theron A. Vnwn, Jr. 12:00: : o'clo.'k noon on AI'II, I 14.
ed.The enrly American log cabin ty of Baldwin Mr.. and, Mrs. .f %lu-KlnnlnK. Tlnni'irun I 1'n Hon th Walnut Nli'Hi'thlarkv 160.!
church Is very proud stage coach etc. along with L I'ARTV North ftntl itiirnllcl with Hurlluutc.v Flurld.i Wltnoim my hand andh
4 I Flora Chesair of Micnnopy .
o have some of the new Sun. Mr. and Mrs. William Par- nnd IHichliind Itonil: 4''"' \Li4irney F(>r I'lalntlffit seal of miio 1 Court it .'" i I kll .
any antiques the children Mr. and Mrs. Leon Harris and rlsh honored their daughter .feet t henici II'I, and .....a..J! ] It 4/1 ,..rl'.II. tlWii I tut d.iy of Apr.'.
ay School rooms finished and could bring home were on dis- children Mrs. Dora Byrd E. with ,MH Ul Uiul.y. nml, Mlilrll-- IPUU.

low in use. The other rooms play. The class along with I !MrmluTH of the 1111'<1"111 ,.taff. n\\urdrd t ten year pins at C Padgett and Mr. and Mrs. Stephanie on her 4th birthday burl lli.ud 1 '10 r.:.ft.' Hi., in u :S<"'nhlinil '\0 o'l'l'l'l! (>K <4K.li CIIARLR3 A. DARUi',
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ire to be completed In the their teacher who was dressed rercmon.v lire pictured with 1..plt1\1. | nilmtnlHtrutiir K. K:. Kilnioinlsoii .i- I Mar. 16 with a party. ptiritllcl I iviHi Mild l."is'i iii < > Nol ice I" hi-nthv K MItill i. ,. Clerk. of Cln'tilt court "t
Elbert Green and grandson Saturday night they honored .nil IllKlilimil, 11..1 ul 1 .u'MI' t..1 ,l". [ iirnuant, to thi, final .It. ,in i>ffi.r ltral, ford COIMIIV Floi i ..da
ear future. I old fashioned visited va- (at right). Dootorn. lire (from loft) I n. :1. C'hrlntoffern surprise birthday dinner honor- their daughter Pat with a the North. Hldt. ,of' ,ala I 111 Luivlinnd t ..i..lonuir r..ndered Apt,il I hI.I t (CI ItCl1T cotritT 1011'\(.)

The pastor and his wife ex- rious classrooms. during the P. (>. Frlon.. A. J. Harry, and T. C>. Itltdi. :Mi-niliern of Wendall Durrance. After. din- ;M l dill!! I 'in, H Hoail.. th-li. lltifl. In that. rurta'i.' "'..u.. Hoi 11. V Knight
end a cordial Invitation to day and to close the affair. supper on her. 21 birthday. Went iilonK (tin' Ninth tide u: !pcndlnit In 'Ir'ull (' > .irt, "Ir.radford f Hiarke. Florida.
he I medical. .stuff not jirrKcntrre, Dr. II. II. .Adam. unit' l l Ir A. ner birthday cake and ice Guests were Ray Downs of mid L.nwti.'\ nnd ::111.,11".1111n..1 .\ Co-inty Flor. I 11, In Attorney for Plaintiff

community to Join them enjoyed an old. fashioned I: V. ('0IlIgton. cream was enjoyed by every- Qulncy Mr. and Mrs. Fred ItO '.."l. t.' tin ,DO. t i.i, ... ...n""I'CaMP N'". ':.-62. It 47JACKSONVILLE
Sunday for Easter
services. square dance. I
I one. I Long and Hurshel Johns.
unday afternoon ------
at 3 p.m. ::
Mrs.
< Douglas fourth grade
Is IJJJ.L J I _---J-- I'KICSONALS:
veryone Invited to attend cass is studying the Florida __._._J I..VV.VVV VVVVVVVVVVVVVtKingsley Mrs. Robert Sweat and new-

n Easter Egg Hunt at the book and recently the girls baby daughter of Green Cove

:hurch. dressed dolls as Indians to I Lake attended church here BUSINESS DIRECTORY
The Springs
I new time of the Sun- display In the classroom. The

.Jay services will be: Sunday fourth. grade boys made Indian Sunday.
chool 10 a.m.; :Morning Worship houses their Mrs.. K. M. Noi_ I Mr. and Mrs. Louie Carter

11 a.m.; Sunday night display along for with the projectto dolls.A I'bone B832081tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA | and fers Nancy Sunday visited afternoon Maggie and Jef-attended ANTKHIES( IIEAKINO AID OPTICIAN

worship services 7:30: p.m. *
long holiday weekend will
Pastor. Rev. Clarence Knight.C1IOOL be the Horse Frolic in ANT I CI U K: H For Best In Hearing See -
enjoyed by teachers and ,
CIlt'RCH SCHEDULES Uoc'tors Inlet.

NEWS .students this weekend with Klngsley Lake Baptist Mrs. Daisy Padgett and I Bought Sold Appraised SON 0 TON E Bennett-Daly
t The annual Red and White Good I
Friday and Monday after Church: Easter Sunrise Service granddaughter Sherry of Max- Furniture China GlasdSilver ", Opticians, Inc.
Intersquad football game was Easter as holidays .. Bras8--Oil Paintings OK JACKSONVILLE
held beginning at 5:30: a. m. {'I ville visited the Howard Pad- Lenses", Duplicated Accurately

a Friday night April 1 at Vicky Mosley daughter of Sunday School 9:45: a. ni, gett family and her father One l'lt-4'e or u llmne. Full The Strongest and Smallest and Promptly
p.m. at the Baldwin
High Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Mosley received Morning Worfchlp 11 a m. J. B. Mosley in Middleburg I Hearing Aid In the World" Only the Finest In Qualityand
chool. The
whites
( won the emergency treatment Training Union 6:45: p. m.: Sunday afternoon. I Ina Ward Antiques Prrtirrlptlim Service
game with a score of 60. last' Only Co. Hearing Aid Made
Tuesday night at the Orange
Mrs. Jean
Evening Worship 8 p. m.; Betty Padgett 28 Went IJuval St.
:The boys on the team worked I 3572 St. Johns Ave
I Park hospital and was Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday and children of Maxville visit- 22 Went !Monroe Jacksonville 353-1835

hard for. four weeks preparing contlned to her home the remainder 7:30: p. m.; Choir Fr..c- ed her grandmother Mrs. r Jacksonville 387-1379 Jacksonville 333-1463 '

for the. game and everyone'sattendance of the week.Mr Jim His- Irene Padgett Monday afternoon -I r Cull Collret:
I tce: 8:30: p m. Rev. PET SHOP
was greatly appreciated I and Mrs.. H. C. BrownIng I Hospital| ,st.ilfcrs: uunrdril. ten jour pins, are pictured. with
1 :Mrs.: by them. and daughter Vivian of S. E. Sparks. first row left), ,Ice ,flialrmiui. and Mr... 1. t- let us worship together." Wilkinson. Auto Sales & Service HOBBY SHOP

. Harrison's fifth grade I Jacksonville were Sunday night I Green 'Herretary. of the Ixiiird of IniHteei. I'irtureil. are: Nettle -I Beulah Baptist Crunch: Hurbert Padgett returned to TilE

I :M.Vynn, director of nur..e..; Cleo harley offlre monUKer tunday; School 10 a. n.. the doctor Friday and Is reported VVESTSIDEVolkswagen FIELDSHOBBY Kongo Pet Shop

Elect ; Florence' A. Brown nietllcul rerordt. Illirurhin; InN Horning Worship 11 a. m ; doing fine. Inc. SHOP Inc.. Poo.lle.ll1ltl'Uu. _>
Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson ,
Training Union 6:30: p. m.:
Uuunuine, nursing "HerIce; ';\1& Froemun Sadie L. Clark and visited Mrs. Waver Grlffla AUTHORIZED DEALER POODLE: GROOMING
Evening Worship 7:30: m..
p.
: I'urlii. miming. A Complete Line of Sweaters Collars Tags.
Allle !strong dietary d"I'lIrh"'ntIarg.u..t Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday of Max villa in the Bradford Sales 1'arUt. Pet Supplies

Herxlce; Dorothy nioultrle unit Ellen I. IIolmpM, honHekeepliiKileiurtment. 7:30: p. m. Rev. RI L. County hospital.Mrs. Service Body I Shop Boat & Airplane Builders Sup Birds Humnnter*

Basil | Ten year emiilojccs. not pictured ure II. K. Tyui Taggart pastor. "Everyone Howard Padgett and Dairy .A Sun. 10-6 P.M.

t>III.Iartlllt'z.! and Kaiiell. F.nKII..h. Welcome." !\frs. Hlldred Carter were In Open 8 a.m.--8 p.m. plies-Specializing\ In Radio Closed Tuesday
5 Sat.Closed Sunday
Jacksonville on business Tues- p.m.
I-ERSONALS 8939 Rd. NormandMSection
Controlled Models Herlong
1150( LANK AVE. SOUTH
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Agner
Bradford County Hospital day.Mr.
Phone Jacksonville 384-3-141
und son. Mickey spent the and Mrs. L. E. Padgett and Equipment W. Jacksonville 781-2800

weekend In Fitzgerald. Ota. as and son of Starke visited her I .
4J Davis Observes Tenth AnniversaryThe Parrish Motors Open Evenings till 9 PJW.
guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Ed parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram
602: So. Edgewood PIANOS-ORGANS
: Stokes and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Padgett Sunday.Mr. .

10th anniversary of there have been 15,000 admissions Agner and family. and Mrs. Dawson Pad SALES Jacksonville 3888662Men's : Mason &: JHamlln Pianos

Bradford County Hospital was I and 36,000 visIts. to the Mrs.: Chester Wood attend! gett of MiddJeburg visited in SERVICE: LVQ Hammond Organs

;tk FOR observed Saturday. March 28. emergency room, Kdmondaon the funeral of Mrs. Julia Clay Hill Sunday. FAICTS Magnavox Organs
at 2 o'clock with orlef, cere- : said. Birth tn the hospital! & Boy'a Wear _
Rlnlcelll Lake
at Crosby Prayer Meeting was held at "You Get A Good Deal At-
i since 1956 totaled 2,340, the 32 Years As A Dealer
monies and the presentation
School Cemetery Monday. the: home of Mrs. Faye Eng. 'Quality Clothe for Men ntiAlways
:
I administrator said. There Good Used Cars .
are
service to
II of ten-year pins Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Oliver: land Tuesday night. This weekIt Boys Since I f Ii
I employees and members of themodicnl .. now 70 employees Includingboth flU Laura St. Jacksonville 1919"o.. MILLER ; f.o
of Jacksonville! spent!\ the will be at the home Mr.
of Hats
Heusen Stetson
Van .. ......
,staff who have been full and part time. I Phone 358-5654
weekend as guests oT Mr nnJ and :Mrs.: Hardy Padgett.Mrs. Sox ....
Gold
Board 'WIth the hospital since Its S. F.. Sparks vice chairmanof McGregor Cup -no It._.of Fi._ p.e. ii., 7..:

opening on :March 26. 1956. I the Board of Trustee served Mrs. F. 0 Conner. Nettle Carter visited Automatic Transmission Complete Formal Wear Rental\
'
J Jack Wainwright and nn Ln Highland with her Jacksonville
.J
In a brief talk. R. E. Ed- as master of ceremonies; the daughter
: Member momNon hospital administrator -I invocation WAil brought by Rev of Waycros Oa. were Sun:lav Mrs. Richard Monley Automaticlounqffien'sShop|
guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Ed'al'dWalnwl'lA'ht Monday.
I I said that since Its openingthe W. A. Hogan: and the bejieilic- Transmissions & .

r.t\ I facility has rendered $2.5 tlon by Dan B. Harley. and daughters. Clarence Mosley of Jackson- SIO Main Corner, Duval SAWSPEARSON'S
: I
District 5 Mrs. Ann Peeler
Margaret
million In .service to patients. Following the ceremonies, ville visited his parents. Mr. Motor Exchange Jacksonvllla

-L::: Countat.Largenasi .md h'\i\ pitil 1 out $15 millionIn refreshments were served by end daughter of Mancarln and Mrs. Henry Mosley Satur. I WALT

payrolls. During this period : members of the Hospital Au- II client the weekend as guestsof day night. BIG DADDY Saw & Knife

) Davis i te aware of the educational need* xilinrv Mr. and Mrs. George W. Remanufactured Transmissions MOTORCYCLES{ SALES & SERVICE

for the children of our schools' and will work Brown. Motors
at Miss Mnrtell Johns of Jack-; By Quality Craftsman ALL TYPES OF SAWS
all times to uphold these needs< by: visitors of :Mr. and :Mrs. Buddy and visited :Mr.. and :Mrs: Col- :MH'K'H OP IVrKM'loi.' TO HONDA
,". visited Mr. and Mrs .110:1': > FK-nrioi M \\\K 3383 W. Beaver SII. !5027 Broadway Ave.
sie and Mr. and Mrs.
1. Good school Browning. RIgdon Maxie Carter Sr. Sunday Notice IB hereby wlven that Jnrkxnnvllle. 38I-103K MOTORCYCLES Jacksonville EV 4-3181
facilities Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green Bud Slade. Sunday morningthe the ilmlernlifiiivl, under
afternoon. tho pi'o- All Models-Nothing Down _ _ _ _
vlnlon
:Monday of Chapter
of Jacksonville were lust Avory Slade family visited O.9U!> Law CAMPERS
Misses Sylvia Norton and: of Florida, Merchants Oreen Stamps
Acts of 19n. will
2. Competent instructional personnel afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shu- I Nancy Hartley visited Mr. and ri-KlHter with the Clock t.f tho Oven 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. SEWING MACHINES
Claude Green, and :Mr and ford of Lnwtey. Circuit Court In ami for Urailturd Cribbs Campers
Mrs. E M. Norton Saturday: Monday-Friday
Lucas and family. The was grieved County, Florida
:Mrs JoHPph( community upon receipt P.M. SINGER AUT. ZIGZAG
3. Improved transportation conditions cv'enlnl{. of proof of tinljl! lea linn or 8 A.M. to 6
imvld Jones M-ivport: returned Friday morning to hear the DeJ-Rey Campers Cabinet
this. Like New In 4 Dr.
Cheryl and Chipper' Wool notice the fictitious. niini, Saturday and Wednesday
home Frldiy, after home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- of Central .
employment S *rlie. \ CLoSED! SUNDAY Sold New over $300
4. Good sound business judgment .spending the past week In \Wil mond Harris on Hlway 301 i i received Grace their first CommunIon Church- I, iiinler. which I am. t.ni at Lutheran In
liamson. On with his pal'ents.'r. had ,burned. The house and : buHlnoHN at 419 Center "'h'tru.L t Convertibles
:in Jacksonville during lie Stark Florida..Mm. Skamper 4949 Blandlnn Blvd. Ideal Sewing Center
5. Interests and :Mrs. Hiram Jones contents were a total loss. ; Clurrniu |hndl", 41 19! '771-8241
of Jacksonville
mine
and your children and the and was a weekend guest of Mr. and :Mrs G J. Midgettoand bun- ay morning worship hour. Center Street, Slui'ke, l-'lurldu TriwlcH-Rank FlniUM! 'Ing ALL MAKES

willingness to work on THEIR liE HALF. Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Louie Les DO''lf owner 5408 San Juan Ave. New and Used Maciilnet
Mr. and :Mrs. Joseph Hon of Miami were hereon I'ut.'il, _ _ _
Wainwright, of Tallahassee thlH I lllh stay of ;Miiri'h.,
844 Cassat Ave.
and family.Mr. a visit the first of last A. U. I96U' nt Stark
Hnulfurd<1 JackHonvllle 388-9348
Your vote and support on May 3 for Basil Davis : and :Mrs. Fred Neese week with Mr. :Mldgette's mother and Mr. and Mrs. EdwarlWalmvrUht : County, Florida.. MUSIC Jackwnvllle 381-5071

moved here recently to the Mrs. Nettle :Midgette.Mrs. : attended th' 4/7 it 4/H!! CHAIN SAWS

will be appreciated. Claude Green ti'alter.Mr Ray Pellum, and child I Clvitan dinner at the Holiday( Paulus I Music Co. TRACK SERVICEMiddleburg
Slade Inn In Starke Friday: evenlnir IN Tin ciiici IT tot it r .>i*
: and :Mrs. Avory ChainSaw
ren of Jacksonville visited Illl U"'OIlIl0.1.. .
", KI.OII.III Band &: String Instruments
Vernon who Is
(iPd Pol. Adv.) md fnmilv WOIP Sunday dinner Saturday with :Mis.: : F. B. Cole- Conner e .*. 1% ( HAN('Kill.: RAY'STRACK

guests in H.impton of man and son DonniePatl student; at Nort: Carolina ('."": \n. r.t-n'j: Sales Gibson Guitars A Amplifiers

:Mrs.\) 3(5510Siiii\ and children State University Is home foiprlng ;Martha V. Onthrlii, IIOMBI.ITEMoney SERVICE

I --" >' I'nrrlHh of Jacksonville the- :'' holidays. He is the aoof /' l'lalnllrr.VII. Mafcln' Chain Saws School Supplles-IMtruction Portable Track Press Service

University spent Mr. and Mrs.. F. O.Conrcr James C*. Otithrle.Deifeniiant., HALKS & SKIIVICK: .:

'Bring State Government Back weekend here with her. parents Mr. and Mrs. Chester WooJ! Parts and Itepalra All Makes Roberts Recorders Welding
To The
People Mr. and :Mrs.. D. J. Par. NUTII: (>K 81 I'P, .T{" Used Bulldozers & Crawlers
nnd family spent Sunday In the name of tlm Stale of Toro & Vayoo Power Mowers. Music Library-Expert
rich and "We'H 'em
family. rfternoon as guests of Mr. andirs. I'ioiIIa: To Jum, C. Oulhrlii. ,. 21 Middleburg 282- MO Repair Department Keep Ro1lInjE"Rt.

Mr. and :Mrs. D. J. Parrish : Ray Williams of Jack- I 16t KoHewnoil. Slr.-..t. Hparl.n.rlf. '7287 W. Beaver

James C. Wilkinson I and son David and :Mrs.: Buddy onvllle. '... Huuth CurollimYou : 41 W. Monroe St. Jacksonville. 383-4621
are here'iy .lItI..d thata ELECTRIC MOTORS
Brad-shdiv and son Davy
Mrs. Gloria Meek .in! milt In equity haM tin JackHonvllle 3 5.8H7

attended Open House at the daughter. of Belmorfc visited brouvht aKalnnt you by1; II,r- Brothers TROPICAL :FISH
Jacksonville Laboratory a Jot, ;\1. riuthrle I In t the ahoy. Peavy
-- University Mrs. Grady Bishop last Tues entitled Court soil rnuiift, foiillvori1 3310 I ISeuch Blvd. _ _ _

fc Sunday! afternoon with .I **. iMiMKnly. fOr the ,rhlhlrcn Electric Co.
the ParrlHh's daughter. Patty. dayRev. and! other ri>ll>'l. und you Jacksonville 398-3091 MERMAIDAQUARIUMS
and Mrs. Jim RIRrn:
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FLORIDA
HOUSE nrH hprehy "mm..n. ordiri1! MOTORS
Rev. and :Mrs. Clarence : rt.KCTKIC;
and two sons of Jncltsonvill and refiulred, to fll. your written -
Knight visited last Saturday wire! Sunday dinner guests M'' nn.w'r or ilffpnuHii to tli', CeAC!-Serviced-Repaired 1 USIC-Inodruments! !
In Keystone Heights with their immplnlnt at the. ; Mr. and Mrs. E. tonI
OF REPRESENTATIVES son-in-law and! daughter. Mr.. M. NOl r'lerk ..r sail .'..lIrt In Hturk. Alterations MARVIN KAY'SMusic Imported Fish All Species
.
rldu' and to ...*, viii "I,>yIhrreuf CALL OR. COME BY
and( Mrs. Lea Baker and family on 1'1..lnllrr'"rll.IY.. I Armature Rewinding
Mrs. Cecil Whitehead and llulll, V. KnlKht.", I I' C). liruwi, 4044 Lenox Ave. Center Mon.-Sat. 10 am. to 6 pm.

daughters: Judy and Patti. F. Starke, Klorl.la, all nn orl Jacksonville' 387-252S Sunday 2 to 6 p-m.
Bradford, Clay Claude North visited last |I visited Mr. and Mrs. W. P. l>.f'ire lh. S'tih' ilu. r <.r April Fender, Gretuch i Vox Guitars Available
We Order Fish
Wednesday afternoon In Green liSt i otherwlMn ,it ii"'ri-n' f'n. Any
i In
Cove Springs with his uncle. I McKlnney and family CnnfeHMo. will !b. ".,,i'r'.i I FAIiRIC SHOP King Hatten and Selmer 913 S. Edgewood Ave.
Jacksonville last Wednesday. ; airaknHt. you., : Thin .'''st' .1'..* shall Jacksonville 388-9404
and Union Counties Lcondius. North. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore: l h,. piihllnhnd.,! In tinn..xt rourconNHcutlve I Band Instruments
Sorry to hear. Grandma weekly. Issues' (.f I BON MARFABRIC
and daughter Dlann of Stark ti,e. Hrl..lr..r'l ,',.,.nIY Ti. trapliu I WESTERN STORE
\Vellhaunen Isn't feeling well Ludwig SllrrgerlanJ., Rogers
and Mrs' David Cottle ep3i tt duly I r Ii ill fl-il. ni-w"i>,iii'-r pul>-
and( would like for her many the weeken.j In Woodbine Ga i llMheil In Nilld rotinty, SHOP Drums LITTLE DUDE
friends to know she appreciates WITS :I'IK my hunil no I'lTlt
& ;j4I Uniting relatives Court and the mini) of
their visits much. of said Western Store
very Mrs. Ernest Harris and Mr "mill Court at Storkt'Iirllii, Complete Line of Rental)* & Repairs on ALL

Jimmy Bell of Jacksonville Orady Bishop! viclted their! till ;March. 2'. IIIID! "Where You'll Find Every
FABRICS NOTIONS 400) :MAIN ST.
spent the first of this week /1MChllrl. A. ParityAm thing For the HorseEnthusiast"
YOUNG AGGRESSIVE here with his uncle and aunt mother. Mri. Charity Olisson: ('...rk of .'lr'lIlt| (',>upt.f McCall & Simplicity Patterns!
of McRae Sundav afternoon. <. !nniilfor.l, fi.unty Flor" Jacksonville 353-0935
:Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith
COLLEGE GRADUATE EASTER EGG HUNT idaClnriTIT" SIS Casset Ave. _ _ _ Western Clothing Leather-
and daughters. ( COURT STAL; )
.
TrailersJa.cksonv1l1e
Saddles
goods and
(
There will be an Easter Eg
"i 11 n 4/\\
Friends of Carl Bessent of Hunt at the Klnc-Mey! Lake! MUSIC( -SHEET;) Charles & Sharon Petty

VVhitehouse will be glad to Baptist Church Friday afternoon l'Tit...: ('IIU'I IT lOt HT u.. Open 9 A.M. to 8 P.M.! 902 So. Edcewood Ave.
know he was able to leave a I 'reini..ii'ui: .nun i \i. {'II,. POTTER'SHome Jarkwmville 384-1310
Ten Years Successful Business Jacksonville hospital the last at 5:30.: Everyone Is coidlally < iir or KLOitiiii. i\ t >be
Experience Invited to come and: K..(lt Illl IIIKOIIU < >CM" '. i t\ FLOOR COVERING of Music WELL DRILLING
of the week and return to his .
I bring their' eggs and help u.. (-Il *%('KltV.: I'.\1K ..... II-tl.: .", ,
PLATFORM home. enjoy the n. If. HIifKlnbotharn" anti ),il I,>
occasion.
Birthday Parlies. Church MualoEducational PARTRIDGE

1. Fair Representation For All. 5. Adequate and Safe Roads. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad- TRAVEL AGENCYFor Looking for -" MaMa Well Drilling Co.

2. Quality Education. 6. Improved Care for Senior Cit shaw and son entertained witha better carptttt? ROCK ARTESIAN: WELLS
birthday dinner Sunday In Full Information and Reservations on S. S. Harueatlc Musical Instruments
3. Home Rule. Electric Water
zens. honor of :Mrs. Bradshaw's father CRUISES AIRLINES: SHIPS-HOTELS visit Complete
.Attraction and Development 7. Fair Taxation. m Repair. Systems
D.
J. Parrish and her
BILL AND LARETTA BURNS: HARRIMAN b al'J RfG.TION'J14
of Industry. grandmother! :Mrs. Dan Par. hAS Near A. Tour Mailbox"
FHA FINANCING
rlsh. Enjoying the occasion HOGAN 4...n'w,*

Win With Wilkinson On May 3rdPd. with the Bradshaws were :Mrs.D. 1IJ'UJdttaHe4 220 W. Beaver !St.! 5860 Jacksonville Hyde Grove Avs.

J. Parrish and children I
( Pol. Adv) Rhonda and David Dan Par PHONE 353-6131 Jacksonville 354-3483 Call polloct 9891438T.
00 i
Laura St. 33fl-6.ni Travel Inn.
rich, Rev Bobby Knight and ,, ,. ..
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FARMER"' CRAY PURE PORK SAVE 10* PEELED AND DEVEINEDSHRIMP'
3c, i::M DECORATED sf
ROLL SAUSAGE.........: ..........59tM ..H!-..99C.x1:4LBS.) .....$194 :;:;:;::
STAMPS WITH COUPON .FOOD FAIR.SAVE 10* MEATY O mj1i?: LAYER CAKE m

1'l' SLICED BACON---.-..LB......-794 WHITE SHRIMP..99'r Qo SHANK CUT (LIMIT 1 PLEASE) ago t1 1 mi:

Sl WAY FAIR I COOK QUIK" FROZEN BEEF

s CREAM CHEESEaBt29t!: CUBE STEAKS.......10 FOR 99 ; I Ii;I MAYFAIR FRESHCOTTAGE 11 j j
our o LB 4cao ::::;:;:
CHEESE..".-.*,...39* highest BREADED a oao 111J1

FROZEN COD. FLOUNDER.SOLE, HADDOCK. GROUPER quality I II VEAL OR :::;:;:;

of FISH FILLETS. -. .!-. ........ .......49 CHUCKWAGONSTEAKS 0o0 00'I m11 1f1i ,..

''I .1 oocl.oOOoqpDOO.oOC1o94o0 av pep0: 00.bOOS 'ff'tP:: o00 mn.JJ'b >3';' ICED <
,
a QO
ooo ,000 tOo ?000.. oooq/Oo dFooo cvoo .. OD o LB ; t Hot Cross Buns
.w79
o c m
,I QUICK FROZEN s'g 1 M PKG "
3 o GRADE A YOUNG > 25 FREE STAMPS BUTT CUT OR WHOLE LB59tII p :'"::::'::>: OF 8 35'"" '''''
TURKEYS Q WITH COUPON ;:
a ::::::
a''" J? BROAD BREASTED I TO' 1 Is 1.11. ,AVEUACE vOg j 1f'#., RIG 39C* ;:
t i
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SAVE <:::>Vd QpO1b O00 'OpO oooaoQ @ wit
7 LB p w
!* b ? VINE RIPENED PINK MEATY


$?, ; LB

v; Jg CtALOJPESM


''g*.iRCS. "..., _

'tJct 161022 POUND SIZE S

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for
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1/1.17.160. JARS PRINCE ASS'T
t
SPAGHETTI I SAUCES......................3//$1 .S.m.A.
c"alts
REG.1.16 BESSIE LEE ASS'T FANCY RED KILN DRIED

COOKIES ......- ............?..LB. ..CEBAGS. ...A/$1/ 1
: SWEET POTATOES 3 29
33*VALUE.. PYNE WRAP PLASTIC t 1 CALIFORNIA ...... lBS

PLASTIC WRAP...........1.oOroeSNell.x..r.r.!?:: !!!L .I(/JI '
E I I / d ROAST CRISP LARGE STALK PASCAL
311 VALUE NEW. FYNE.WRAP PLASTIC

SANDWICH BAGS............s. .r......19 CELERY 2 FOR 29t R t.

*HEW..11.19 VALUE. FYNE TASTE STRAWBERRY 8': ............ od
to +

PRESERVES.............,.................3.. gJAR.88 C FIRM I GREEN '

REG.99. VALUE D'.SAUSAGE OR PEPPERONI SAVE 111 LB .I *
C H H SI JIS E 6 ; "'A
FROZEN PIZZA PIE.........,.....! ....791 > ...........i.!.....

I fr.. !PKGS.. BOSTON BONNIE' us'.a. CRISP RED _

.FROZEN FISH STICKS...................3/l/ tH01CE I If I. P: CELLO B rf.PKG u > '3-i'f
R A D S
\ I n .................STI I
Cresti BONELESS. <.:rh, c.

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olscouNT CHUCK ROAST ::--i ii"" r=Ti i iM i; s
I M>rch : chjnlt H j : IIIOO,1 !
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CREST
FEATURE I 1 1
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1 ..OKI... *n nrmFREE 1 I t "' [
: EXTRA! t I FREE! BXTRAMERCHANTS -' I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS .;--' .
l B I i MERCHANTS GREEK STAMPS :: i i ,GREEN STAMPS :I i ,GREEN.. STAMPS |i
FAMILY : 8 8 O .. WITM FAMILY rwN.OUroW.N..N.CY.N SIZE O* j j LADY n H IYonM..r..Van11 FAIR THIN SLICED o. / : m''size"0" *""'Y.N* .
SIZE MAC CLEANS 1 I (l.1J;.!; | Cinnamon Twirl BREAD I GROOM& CLEAN I

95ELSEWHERE< SAVE 21" loB ;i..-.-...-on".o.-..-JTOOTH.... .. 4.9.6&!. PASTED.--.-...-...ji-.1:; ;._-..-.--,,-_-.r."""...... 4 J".9'..66.!-'-----00." ...,. 16: :...------.HAIR...!.! 4966 DRESSING? -!-.-,-..-..-i.,-!
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1.7S LLSEWHERE.OANDRUFFBHAMPOO U.S.D.tA.. .:'mD1] _'\vtJt, : I:' : M.Lh1r1R.'I" ;'I: I:'mI' _M.rchenN It:
A < a j. aRU: eN n1 NVI; L 01lU:"' .
HEAD & SHOULDERS s t ...a. .$11 FREE! !: EXTRAMERCHANTS! 1 fnte! EXTRA t FRE! EXTRA _._' j
*?*! 'fi MERCHANTS '
; GREEN
GREEN STAMPS I STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS !
: ; ,
puIcaU Op WltN tMII CtXPOM AMD TNYCRADE vwtf. U COUVOM AM>'U*< !
1.15 ELSEWHERE BONELESS : IZS 1 LB ;;FOOD FAIR i: 1: IZI PAK ((290 j) : rz;' 201 OFF HIDDEN MAG 7c |
ROUND BONE I OR 3 OZ PKG ((21.) I j REG 6 HARD TO HOLD
MICRINANTISEPTIC. .............>JL? ?.!JJL...$1. 67 SHOULDER ::.....M o SLICED. BACON. Ir ,12;: .......g.,..lO ...POTATO'> .....*' iMr'.f CHIPS WPT.' .","HIU,17.:! :..(ltJ;! HAIR.. SPRAY. ...."...,0|!
ELSEWHERE t I -.-_-_-_-_-_-___-__4.9.66____-_-_-__--__..00- -_-_-_-_-_M__M9_*__4-9-___X_*_-_-_-_-.- OO .-_-_-_-_-_-____r__4-9-66____-_-_--.-_-
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t STEAK / i "" V { "..>.Ii f t
FASTEETH............(($....._........LARGE1.OOELSEWHERE.DEOOORANT ...*..................9K ..tI3iJIG: :I I I t' D M.rch.n'* j3 jgj:. 'I'&.:(":,1*''c" 3 Mo..h.n'' I.:
: ,J I i nNRNSruNrsM[ I ......... aRUrotTRNM" I I
V FREE! !: EXTRA! uRrfN: ..,_ ..-"' I FREE! EXTRA -' |. : FREE! EXTRA' -" .y ..

SECRET SPRAY..r.......r........?..SAN..........79 l LB 89 I i MERCHANTS. WITH tM'l'GREEN COUMM HMO STAMPS rvfrtlM 111 : I i MERCHANTS. ry e..GREEN COYroY.-Wa STA:-o.PS I: i MERCHANTS,}LA'liVVAia GREE a.. STAMPS wcw.ua :
e. ARMSTRONG. FLOOR PRODUCTS. I 69. SIZE 1 1''P PKG 12 1
; .;:ox waoo PLOO.c. .. SLICED HOT DOO OR
7t4 ELSEWHERE i 1 i3 44 Qt ONI 1TIVFL004 < 1 t. MENNENS SPAAYDEODORANT t ''I 1t

_SCORE_. .HAIR DRESSING. --0---.._.....LARGE.........._.._.._.6110___ _...._JSA YE.u."....LB... .,...,.. ". ... r ..._._..'____..170'..0_......rou..oY..u.rnoo..N."CMO'66.cr-...-. .-.-,...-..1.13.--.o ._..___. '_-_-.<.0".N...".. ....,..66. -'-.-".-..-...-..-.te-:' ...---'J..6.-.--.Homburgsr-..'"....6.9.'" :" "ROLLS" -.-.-..-_...21-: .

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P CFCfl1; ....... .. 4:lllrV''' tfLI......." P11. "MO' '"HP. "" .11""" APRIL 1
TIlfRHIJAY. 199(1(
_-_ _. .
n. -- ----
Easter CantataAt The public Is cordially In. ..
Threw .
boys In work.lllllyI'roltrlun
\ .ted I.
Methodist iisnlxt. nllh Melting
i
up tables. and l other jobs In

Sunday Night I IN MEMOUIXM; : ; the high ....|""01| cafeteria. 'Vote For And Help Elect
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JONES (ICIotersat.e' ), Hct- From lefts Larry' I'.ulwtt, .
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The C'in'i C'ion- of Firs tit 8.--la loving memoiy of Everett Hrnlry mill Kltli-

Ieth) )(1 i I rivi:;ch wl'l'! ,)i'C- our precious mol.jcr and :1- and 1'ipps. MAURICE

ftnt the. F't'r) cantata. "Th": grandmother who left us one ..l.: t
Th in<'I.i ,, n Kin;? Tun teal: ago April G, lfi(15.(

11.\ n' : i 1.' i p' 7 .noek .other! our hearts have s Thrift. I.. striwu'il us purl'
syr.G EDWARDS Jr.
<'. Hi *:11:,11 is iiii::'e: been sod! and lonely without, a +S of the ]>ri>Knuii. Four of ,
the dh'- ""I" i of Miss Lii1c< you V\c miss you with oioh s the boys Lorry Pmlgttt.

.te.n. ri'o' ,ii J"I'" < -ior, will lie i us.ung! day. But God calledou linger DIllniKcr WrimiiThornton '
Mr L O n;\ tn ag organist.. ,. to be with him In Heaven and Ilirvry (..rlfHH YOUtt

Solo; p-H \\,11 be take ;.. (Signed) : Children and me Hfii opening u '- l H .... .

1\fn. Pii-1 1 ,. Qowan, MnnobFit gra 1dchUdl'en. w coiintH lit 1st Mil-nil( .. Savings County CommissionerDistrict
St' rnk Miss!! Marian A-- &: Ixiuil AHNIH/ 'lit(.loll.
.. A.d
tfnd ".tsweareasafc.,,_. -.. I -County.at.l.arge
Green D: John: Hams.C OUR HEARTFELT THANKS' I

'- Words cannot adequately! EARN WHILE THEY LEARN
('.\ OK THVMiH: express our deep and sincere I NATIVE OF BRADFORD COUNTY

The kinrtrpss and sympathyof nrpi'relation to all who extEnded -

our ndahboiq. and, friends in.. comforting sympatny Unique \Work-Experience Program Is Proving Effective In Junior School FAMILY MAN WITH 5 CHILDREN

remain recent with sorrow in as will n precious alws: For ins help the !In beautiful our recent ssrvlce.sorrow. High LAND OWNER AND TAXPAYER

memory. Our sincere( thinks Coral: I offerings and all other '' CATTLEMAN\ AND BUSINESSMAN:
and K!> 'tltulle,' : f.r, ill iliosncomfortmp kindnesses we are deep! I A unique piit-woik paitfitudy 'to a Mieenint committee ready has authoi UaMon for other (coordinator. nnd Is now :Mistakes hate bun" male: nod

/ Its i : 'l'lw JV. : 1 i'iat('!ful.-M'a.: E. C. Long and< program! in which \'.hh'h'IlOospM( the stutlonts in 30 units t student*I nod notice M: racing! : pnitlclpants for the I)!, the full pumise: of the program
Thomas. rn 11.11. \'. i lamlly. I selected students ore naH fOI.1work oiclri of priority of need to the t to obtain tm more for two econd section I I-, not yet inalizel But Give A Progressive ManA
I performed on Jobs that number fix-d by the project complete sections Jock Oilftla I
Those selected begin a aeries it Is growing; !. bit by hit Iheeooidlnatois
_. of their school: riiiyIs 'MfiMt' bill'jot. Twenty students
: .. are a part it the( ooordlnatoi for on' of fMIni' 11111 evaluations! '!, In- : bcliM? that If it Chance
'_n. :li llitl ""I"" 1'I!_ . operating with s'a'e! and ale con irtoied the maximum I of the programs a'lolel by (dudlni mdlfnl is successful; ace-; with: 1.\0\ 01
I
federal funis In B'I'dToid niim'ji"' ,' tint. one C'oor1nator the State: Department of Educntimt's ,
i
and three It i I' l'lhull '
the search t'xomhll\Liol1s'j) young; people \\ ;)
County Junior High 5<'::1<'01. run( : "eno "tTrrll tly I vocational- techuicnlj!
I | dl'-'covci' the true the cost in i"'sto Inn to Your Vote and Support
This experlmpnlalol'ex! The Junior High School al- selection. Wayne Mobley I is the I each student end! th n tIt -> the nation a contribution' of
GUARANTEED peilence program/ Is brlleed Will Be Appreciated
mAkl' [(I'OW. A cinlc'ilum; Is human en' a'ol' and accomplishment -
to be the first of Its kind In ............T..T. Mr and! Mrs Raymond and that, *
rteclK :d l for him. an I he Is I' money
Florida sQ with the .tatproviding "
up Brown of Worthington! Springswere a'slHietl a loh. normaly: duiInw '- might have otl:eiwi e b,en (Pd Pol. Adv.)
funds for the' teaching Bavless guests of thi-ir brother- the ic'iulir t<;"pool da!: *. of lost.
unit and the Fe' cinl 1 government Hiway :
in-law and sister\ Sir and three! hnms Two elms hours -
<< undenviltlnr: the Mrs. Gene 1'ctchcr Jack-ion-.
I l : I I of me spent! i I. his program rljs';-
amount needed to r'-'mbuise'' ,' By l\In. O. E. Crosby4AAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAA4 .. _._- .
.me.Mr. loom One of these H!/ scent In -- -
the student for his work. i -
and Mrs Hob Taylor
Individually directed study In
\\\\\\\\\\\\U\\\1 I' Under this program\ the and daughter of -taiford were. lecdlnii, \\'II I II
I itlu'c an.l tult me-
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1\11111\\\\\\1\\\\\\\l", ;\\\\\\\\\ "c' IMF student is allowed to work i Dont forgot the"change*ftf 'irueib'Xt:' Mil' Mrs.' T N. tic: while the seconj dour isl,Irl''ot.ld i -
I I \ \ three hours dally for a maxi: the evening services at the Norman Sunday 'elatedsl'iclr rSim'ke ii
\ I to 1 general i
1\1\1\
PAEMIUIi\ tIJ N11004IEW mum of 15 hours per week If i church: Training Union 6:30, :Mr. and Mrs. Eiv mil Lyon:" '
I Including: some phase Horsing glIo
Si lOAlAUlt) .Sun AlIN80W\ the student lives within easy ') Preaching 7:30.: Wednesdaynight of Jacksonville! w ere visiting of practical buslne; life. Two
distance of the school :
walking; Prayer Meeting 7.30.: Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lyons
more hours are spent In classes -
M ajlte or place of employment ( when Everyone; is welcome and invited Sunday.
a In I the mru'ar: school rw- I
ii .. -J it docs: not require travel to : '! to attend any or all meet. Mrs Myra Fi I nlknor of.: Ionium. oulMdo the piosinmi r0s SOUTH COLLEY ROAD -:- PHONE !9G91271STARKE > I II
jji ioI! .II..II... the }place of work)J. he 01 she inrsft/ Gainesville was siting her i
eweiMClnletnetl i 'In'-sionni. Thcs" be In (
C..o"'u"; : may
Ch.'col '
-=- netMlnu.t.6' \+ recflves as much as $45 a I -:isoM.s' son and ..tllI'hll'rlnlw.11'! ; FLORIDA
( I 0.-_ I pl'l'Inl0111111( / such as "
l.dYlPtln, \ aipm
''o.ull' SuP"olh". We nl-. month. When travel is required I We lire very glad to know and Mrs. Hiuy Kniilkvr Sun | I
: .d nu.1: ,, InerN.I: ,Na I try t, 01 IvpliiK-01' solely aca-: ''
: ho : "'c ::
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(cod wh n eomPee Y, .. \ r Ito a job sits ruch as that ;Mia Nona Dyer was
p'O"' wJt'\ .Aaeion. ,\ t eat 01-+u 1n loll of euGW -\ Hampton. Biooker, or Law- ',I able to return to her home day.Mr.'\, and Mrs. Edward Norman I dcmle.
d sn.n m. aanro c'otna lauuar.lunaN.co.tofthe \ tevl the student iccelvos up to from the Medical Center for spent the weekend with I Every effort U made t to engnnder I I 1 1. \\f have complete nursing G. We ar e within two Mocks!

$60 per month. 11 few da.vII.Ve. are glad too their ,son-in-law und daughter, I 1h" d" h'e to succeed "service for adults of all of the Bradford County

d Sponsors of the pio'{nm believe : that .she Is. feeling better. Mr. and 1 :Mrs. Tlmrnun Jo.IOH. In the Mii-Unl an;1 he must I ': I ages.{ Hospital.I.I

1 that: Its potential vale! : ] Mi and :Mrs Gordon Jont in Lady Lake. come in; to Ihc mark in study I
'l1U1U1U"m\ to the student the common-1 1 and duiffhter/ Darlene were ', and work peifoiirntup 01 be 2. Ue have R.N.'s und L.P.N's 7. Ve have a fine "stuff of

\\\' \\\\ ity and> to the society It serves I I visiting their son-in-law and IHt! UiUlll ffftfit for u*. :rorpeJ! from the p\'o\ 'n'nm. '! I on duty 21 hours a doctors serving the Home.

... /ii writing! is in its objective which Is ten, :'!auf,liter. Mr and Mis Chirli rat yon write (.....e In ano The rareful ii"" of money day. :
help] its students "nrhleva: !! I i Gul'fla! In Gainesville Sun. select foot favorite ESTtK-! : earned Is romldi-.p-l: basic to R.Ve are V.A. approved.
self-reliance nnd int'epentience '' day. BROOK Four-tau fen.ORAPK. 'lELE the iiioBiiim's oblec-'ve( :'! i He'' :3.Vc have our own X-ray

in the ful'est!' set'a possible ;Mr. and ;Mrs Bill Graham that each' student Iciiius' tot, and laboratory. (Mr.. Jam 9. We are :approved by the

More yield and profit per acre with whatever: their rapabill- and daughter; LeWandu of contil'>ute to\\urt: his own i (iMoiu-iief:\ is our full time State Welfare Agency.
v In Thr C aunty .linluv, I niirt UI l lllruilloril support and save n put of
Jncltionvllle dinner
ties and aptitudes; may 1'>1'. It were guestsof
.. livened technician).
lorlilit' In
1'aa all. his Income to help, pimilp, 10.) We will be certified under
RAINBOW Is stressed; that the p'oqram i I.I| ;Mr\ Graham's brother-In- I'riihHIrlIn }
ii' SUPER not "lust t. another government! | !law and "Ist r..11': and Mrs Hi.. KMIHI: "'' l.nli i r, li! "w-I those things; ne"dful *i him. 1. \\e are licensed! for 51)(> Medicare. .
I hand-out," Howard Brown Sunday url Sn' >'di.L, I li,-t'iiH' .'ilNnllm whether! \ cloth. medical

or your extra cost refunded I To pnrticlpato. in the pro- Mr and Mrs .1. R. Hlxon :Finn' I IMxchHlKi i>f 1 Ptllnit" ur"t.-1111 Itr I: in Hi,,.,''"1 INNiilln treatment, 01 pPtT*!! a'II I pa-: herls of Health hy l the I License State; ....,..Boils. :: 11. We are I large enough t to

You can't lose a cent! Super Rainbow gram the student mu-t be at spent last weekend with relatives :; ( IH h ,niiy ,,l\.'n nun' .' I"rr-not to watt on someone: give I all nursing servicesthat !!
of fertilizer least 15 years old. F-onoml" In Savannah O.i I have' riled 'HIV final ntini" :i.rxoLUtlix or. some agency\ to hand them :5.Ve have modern fireproof adult need
r takes the risk; out buying. or tin CMUti. .>f Holiert a an may
; Guaranteed to cost you no more-but peed Is a factor In s-Iectlon! I Rev. B T Peavy was calledto Hernard, Sii>'Un" ill', iii>nl, to hIm' I building with central but small enough' to provide
pays off lots more in extra profits. but not the" role ctiteiln Final | Orlando Friday beeuu.io'of Unit I Imvt" fllid my, I" thin, The most -nlllcniit i 11sponxe : ,,
r the accident of his nieceHowaid fur OlKirlbutlun mill fur riniil uir-conditioner and heat. a family atmosphere.)
selection Is made only aftei'' to the p\'eSlI'lm.\ : stnrcIIts
RAINBOW GUARANTEED TOOl!!.. U*for 4UDfcA. dim. .hurni-. and Hint nn Ain ill I". 'I :
Brown and Oscar
the coordinator of the program 191111. nt 10:00: ii'tli-ik!' A. )1.. I i start last January. has ,
has gathered lifoimntlon Cioabycie transacting business will niM,>ly tu llm. H>moruliliThtron been from the students:: them- ,
R. Jchiison Farm frrm all possible in Jacksonville Filday. A. yawn County Judge 'elves: One ra'nv.' cold Saturday
Supply 'O\H''es.\ ur lirndfunl l'oll..IY.'Iurhl.*. for Call, Write, or Come By and Visit With- Us.
Including! school tcror's. 'I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dye ii|>I>ro\ul i.f ems, flniil" .r,"Iw'uu six boys showed< up from I
\ STARKE, FLORIDA teachers parents! and home and Rev. I'eavy/ were visitingIn and for nn old,'i "f Ulsu. ll.nilnnund .. distant! homes-on thrii own- THOMAS
LAWTON B.
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visits the :Medical Center I fin" final I illHiliiirii' < X'
that will afford o comprehensive Sunday to work haul hours making! up

I ...-".;..:.>....?... "...,.. ".','tttN..li. I........,..<, .., --,..'.. '. -.- : understanding< of 'I I''' Miss\ Denise Middleton of ,cllirlx of"Snvilnr the ili-n will.uaed.of. .Iuea'iU'rollrd : time lost because of !lllncsa Owner and Administrator
the student. This is parsed on Fort MVPIS Is spending a few ThIN\ Man'Ii HI' lUbU I 01 abseme-and all because I i
Rita H.l SnyilirUUn they wanted to Oth.'is' stay'
her :
days with grandparents ,
11 Sii>ilu,r. }llx; 'III'"
Mr:. and Mrs. J. M. d.I\ extra hoins' after school or. '
I Hjcr; I IIthe
". '.V > > 11'I Mrs. Gertrude i
I Kauffman Assistant Administrator
: I: Job. .so they can take a' ,
fuller ciinlruium! dw till 1 if-

Portable electric? get both -ulir hours. nnd they make :
I e
: : ,
-- their own; niniiii!,menfs to ',et
d'e DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Let Us Care For Your Loved Ones'SUSPENSION ;
with liomr-, hove.' fir they live
St l ,_ Amone Smith-Corona. ( 'i : 11 11u
? r Two students( have fallen
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( : ',* the portable,that's on the over!' STARKE-PHONE 961-2600 by the wayside. 01' be ':i lost ___ _.. ___ __ .

: l le KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 173-3176:

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Rental Services l 3 7: : : : !J

1 a aCoronetTM HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL: : CHAIRS Cole! .

CRUTCHES FULL FILES. lIg 1 : f..Ind

250fil'I 'ng capacity. Smooth gliding", drawers t ,l."?/"T '
1 h't; ;'.,; '(
roll quietly at Ihe mere touch of a finger. Easy to operate.! f

That's Our Business quipped with side lock .'":. "
GLASS compressors and guide rods. Q4'j p :.* 7
Heavy gauge/ steel. Built la last 4
t a lifetime. Mist t Green, $

"If It's Glass We Have It" Olive Green, Desert Sand, Sahara Brown or Gray. 520! I. > 1

CALL WRITE or VI U l'
TWO DRAWER... ::
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Dorc .Hciohf( ,,

... 51.. Wd.., /II,,H D... ,.r WITIIntf l
We Design Modern Store Fronts I t t

02-leHer Size .......,14'." 28" 24" $47.85 $53.85 I 4'
Us A Pattern For .. -
Mail
Just ..
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I. :202.18-le""r Size .... 14'," 26" 17" 4:1.75: 49.75 --.s:!. P '
Table TopsSHEA'S : 02-1b-I.erter sze; ? ]14'," 28"" 17" 46.75 52.75 1

=-t".1 Size 11'," 23. 24" 51.70 a "
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... I 4 GLASS CO. THRfE [ -bJJ.! l.
I II Iy DRAWiR..Counter
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-< 1 (NOT INC.) OJ-lelto' Size .......,14:" 40'0"' 26' 57.75 69.50 ::=::::: ar}
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50J-Legal Size ... ... .. ;,
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( :: : I 1313 NW.4th' PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-J333 I ,17' 4D'. 26'. 67.10 78.S (

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Get 5 LP records and instructhat pleases you! and electricity does the work "printperfect" DUK SORTWS =-

.. tion pages in a handsome case every time! Kitai datk .rdarlS
The State of FloridaIt !SINGLE TRAY
.: for only $3 !95 when you purALL THIS AND MORE _Page Gage Copy-Set No. Sit. rnc, D chase this handsome, new Adjustment. Is 129 le.,,,,...,.. $3.61).-. $?40tak mann, ach 2" widelth
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.. Smith: -Corona portable! gins. and a deluxe Trimlino carrying case. 140 .gal. -.... ;3.91...,_. ; HtAUIf.ui ffftE WITH EACH "Wrl I: labal hr'den. Can
To Acquaint You With Your City. 1.60.0'b-.... I .1 Ira, ba stud for 'gal l a 1
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Plus Tax from your local hostess. Please give

= her a call! She has maps and many



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